The four case studies of BeWater in the digital magazine Revolve Water

30 de January 2015

The digital magazine Revolve Water makes a description of the physical, environmental and socio-economic characteristics of the four river basins an gives an overview of the work done so far in the BeWater project on developing an adaptation plan for the four basins. Discover here the work in la Tordera, Catalunya, the Vipava, Slovenia, the Rmel, in Tunisia and the Pedieos in Cyprus.

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Cyprus’s Pedieos River Basin

The BeWater project aims to promote dialogue and collaboration between science and society for water management adaptation plans that address the impacts of global climate change in the Mediterranean. The Pedieos River Basin in Cyprus is one of four Mediterranean Case Study River Basins of the project. Read more about the first two articles in this four-part series on Vipana River Basin, Slovenia and Rmel River Basin, Tunisia.

Slovenia’s Vipava River Basin

Vipava is one of four Mediterranean Case Study River Basins of the BeWater project to making society an active participant in water adaptation to global change. Read more about the first article in this four-part series on Tunisia’s Rmel River Basin.

Tunisia’s Rmel River Basin

Rmel is one of four case studies about Mediterranean river basins that comprise theBeWater project. Like most Mediterranean countries, Tunisia is already being affected by climate change: rising temperatures and recurrent droughts are altering the spatial and temporal distribution of rainfall and consequently of water resources.

Spain’s Tordera River Basin

Tordera is one of four Mediterranean Case Study River Basins of the BeWater project: making society an active participant in water adaptation to global change. Tordera River Basin is located in the northern part of Catalonia in Spain and presents overall Mediterranean climate conditions but with a high environmental diversity, ranging from the temperate areas at the headwaters mountaintop to the typical Mediterranean conditions in its delta area.

 

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