Call for proposals: Sustainable Water Future Programme working groups
The Sustainable Water Future Programme, or Water Future, a global research project of Future Earth, has announced a call for proposals to form working groups. These groups will help to develop the research programme of Water Future in several key areas. They include water, sanitation and health; freshwater systems and deltas; and sustainability in the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. In its announcement, Water Future writes:
Managing freshwater in the planetary water cycle has become a key challenge for global environmental sustainability. Water Future addresses this challenge by providing the knowledge and support to understand the state of global water and to develop potential policy solutions, including co-designing improved, evidence-based solutions that support sustainable development trajectories. The Water Future Programme will provide the mechanisms and frameworks that facilitate greater cooperation and collaboration across academia, industry, and government at the local, national and global scale.
Water Future is looking for working groups that include researchers from around the world and across disciplines, including the natural and social sciences, and with experience in law, governance, economics and technology. The deadline for working group prosopsals is 15 July.
To learn more about this opportunity or to submit a proposal online, see the Water Future website.
DATEJune 13, 2016
AUTHORFuture Earth Staff Member
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