Last days to send your abstracts for the BeWater’s last conference

La ciutat de Nova Gorica, a Eslovènia, acollirà la conferència els dies 7 i 8 de març de 2017. Autor: Johann Jaritz (CC BY-SA 3.0 AT)
La ciutat de Nova Gorica, a Eslovènia, acollirà la conferència els dies 7 i 8 de març de 2017. Autor: Johann Jaritz (CC BY-SA 3.0 AT)

December 31 is the last day to send the abstracts for the BeWater project conference, which will take place in Slovenia on 7 and 8 March 2017.

La ciutat de Nova Gorica, a Eslovènia, acollirà la conferència els dies 7 i 8 de març de 2017. Autor: Johann Jaritz (CC BY-SA 3.0 AT)
Nova Gorica, in Slovenia, the city where the conference will take place on 7 and 8 of March 2017. Author: Johann Jaritz (CC BY-SA 3.0 AT)

On 7 and 8 of March 2017, in the Slovenian city of Nova Gorica, the BeWater project will present its last conference: the River Basin Adaptation Conference. The aim of this conference is to share experiences and identify best-practices on science-society interactions for river basin management and climate change adaptation.

Abstract submissions are invited for short, targeted oral presentations (5-10 minutes) on either of two conference themes: best practice for adaptative management strategies and policy considerations for participatory river basin management.

You can send your abstracts here, and register to participate in the conference following this link.

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