IDRC brings researchers to the World Water Congress

IDRC Climate Change and Water research is being presented at the World Water Congress being held in  Edinburgh next week, and we're inviting you to join the conversation!

Eleven of its climate adaptation researchers from around the world,  including EfD Central America researcher Roger Madrigal, will share findings on research ranging from farm level adaptation, to water resource management in contexts as diverse as Angola, China, Bolivia and Chile at a Special Session on Wednesday May 27th.

The session is being reported on social media and Research to Action. You can follow the conversation and join in on twitter @H2OClimate.

A 'TV-style panel' will bring together issues, challenges, and solutions heard throughout the day, and you can watch this on a live video link at 16.45 BST and ask any questions in advance using #CCadaptQs. 

Join the debate online: Follow @H2OClimate or #CCadaptQs

The XVth World Water Congress connects scientists, practitioners, and policymakers from different disciplines and sectors who are concerned about the sustainable use of the world’s water resources. This year’s theme is “Global Water, a resource for development: Opportunities, challenges and constraints.” 

News | 22 May 2015