Come along to the Royal Society, London on 7th November to explore the final products from across the UK Droughts & Water Scarcity Programme, including not only the progression of research on drought forecasting, monitoring, prediction, risk, impact assessment and communication, but also the numerous multidisciplinary resources, tools, and datasets that have been developed, and in many cases, rolled out to various sectors.
Register for your place now – as space is limited. Closing date 23rd October
See the draft programme, so you can plan to attend this accessible, stimulating day, where visitors will be able to engage with hands-on multi-disciplinary programme outputs, as well as being able to listen to and question programme experts in a wide range of drought-related fields, network with people in the drought faculty (researchers and managers), and engage first-hand with users of the outputs from the programme.
The day will start at 10am and end at 3.30pm, followed by a networking hour. The event is fully funded through the DWS programme.
“About Drought has helped generate a step change in thinking around what is possible and what can be done, and over the next 10 years or so we will be making better decisions, using better tools because of it.” National Water Resources Planning Framework
If you have any queries please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.