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  • by Trevor Loveday

Anglian Water conference to seek solutions to "cross-cutting problems" in climate change

The University of East Anglia (UEA) and Anglian Water are to host a hybrid interdisciplinary conference, the Climate Critical Decade and its implications for the role of water.

The conference, according to the organisers, will “aim to find interdisciplinary solutions across a range of cross-cutting problems, as well as sharing current understanding of water challenges and solutions.”

The conference on 22-23 June will be hosted by UEA’s Water Security Research Centre, the Anglian Centre for Water Studies, and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. Guests can attend in person at UEA, or join virtually from anywhere in the world.

The conference will comprise four, themed sessions, focusing on:

  • how climate change will impact water and health;

  • nature-based solutions for water management;

  • integrated assessment of adaptation options; and

  • urban-rural interdependencies.

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