The Yangtze River in China has one of the world’s largest river basins, home to more than 400 million people. CCICED’s Special Policy Study team on “High-quality development of river basins and adaptation to climate change”, consisting of Chinese and international experts, are leading global research efforts on river basin management in the face of accelerating climate risks.
Come to the New York Water Week on March 20 and listen to our experts discuss key challenges and solutions of river basin management in the 21st century – and beyond.
The event is hosted by The Nature Conservancy, Deltares, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, and the China Academy of Urban Planning and Design.
The event will take place in the Water House in New York, on March 20 between 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. EST.
Simultaneous translation between English and Chinese will be provided and the event will be recorded for those who are unable to join in person. Registration will close on Saturday March 18, 9 a.m. EST.
Read the full programme for the event here: Programme – Managing River Basing as a system.
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