Sustainable Water Management, and Resource Adaptation (SWMRA)
Sustainable Water Management, and Resource Adaptation (SWMRA)

Conference Overview

  • 15, Jul / 17, Jul 2020
  • Online Conference
Conference Email
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As a vital link between climate systems, human society, and the environment, water is at the core of adaptation to climate change. It is essential to human well-being and a limited, irreplaceable resource. Water security could be improved and resilience to climate change could be created by a variety of necessary adaptation strategies. The key to resolving water issues is sustainable management of the existing surface and groundwater resources.
We must encourage the restoration and maintenance of freshwater ecosystems in order to attain water sustainability. This may entail taking steps to lessen pollution, apply sustainable land use methods, and establish aquatic species protection zones. Additionally, by increasing water efficiency, investing in water infrastructure, and creating new water sources, we must respond to the climate change challenge. This can entail taking steps like putting programs in place for water recycling and reuse, modernising water treatment facilities, and spending money on desalination technologies.
As it entails determining the effects of climate change on water resources and creating plans to control these effects, analysis of river basin scale adaptation is essential for water management. We must adopt a comprehensive and integrated strategy for managing water, which includes enhancing water governance, developing water use laws, and supporting water infrastructure. We can create efficient water resource policies that encourage sustainable water usage and guarantee that water resources are managed for the benefit of all by including stakeholders from various sectors and levels of government as well as local communities.

Conference Topics
  • 1. Sustainable Water Management Methodologies

    1.1. Challenges and Solutions for Managing Underground Water Resources
    1.2. Innovative Approaches against Water Scarcity in Arid Regions
    1.3. Water Recycling for Sustainable Water Management
    1.4. Advances in Seawater Desalination Technology
    1.5. Greywater Recycling and Reus

  • 2. Freshwater Ecosystem Restoration

    2.1. Freshwater Ecosystems, biodiversity, and human well-being
    2.2. Causes of freshwater ecosystem degradation
    2.3. Approaches to freshwater ecosystem restoration
    2.4. Case studies of successful freshwater ecosystem restoration projects
    2.5. Challenges and opportunities in ecosystem restoration efforts

  • 3. Water Resource Management Policies

    3.1. Developing effective water governance frameworks
    3.2. Establishing regulations for water use and pollution control
    3.3. Promoting water pricing and market mechanisms to encourage sustainable water use
    3.4. Ensuring equitable access to water and sanitation
    3.5. Balancing competing demands for water

  • 4. Geoscientific Solutions for Water Resource Management

    4.1. Paleoclimatology and the study of water formation
    4.2. The Role of Hydrology in driving sustainable action
    4.3. Water resource assessment and monitoring technologies
    4.4. Utilization of GIS in water resource management
    4.5. Assessment of groundwater resources

  • 5. Green Infrastructure and Sustainable Water Management

    5.1. Designing urban landscapes that promote water retention and infiltration
    5.2. Implementing green roofs, rain gardens, and permeable pavements
    5.3. Creating green corridors and urban forests for Biodiversity
    5.4. Incorporating natural systems and ecological processes in urban water management
    5.5. Promoting community engagement and participation

  • 6. Meteorology and Disaster Risk Aversion

    6.1. Weather forecasting and modeling
    6.2. Weather warning systems for water-related hazards
    6.3. Advancements in emergency response systems
    6.4. Measuring climate change’s impact on environmental disasters
    6.5. Particulate matter concentration and atmospheric pollution in Cities