On World Water Day, the 22nd of March, Stichting NICC and IHE organized a seminar on the past, present and future of groundwater management in light with this years World Water Days’ theme ‘Groundwater: making the invisible visible’. The recording of the seminar is available now. In addition, a report on the highlights of the seminar is available, to read you way through the seminar. This report includes some conclusions, takeaways, pictures and a description of the different presentations. Click on the image below to browse through the report.Looking-back-at-World-Water-Day-2022-report-1-min
Details on the organisations participating in the seminar.
A timeline covering the recent history of groundwater resources management and governance has been developed by Stichting NICC and was presented by Albert Tuinhof.
IGRAC as the international Groundwater Assessment Center explained the importance of the Groundwater Theme in 2022 and World Water Day.
Deltares is an independent institute for applied research in the field of water and subsurface presented how groundwater is key to a resilient and sustainable future in the Netherlands.
IHE Delft Institute for Water Education presented the latest innovation using remote sensing in groundwater management. IHE Delft is leading worldwide in the development of tools using Remote Sensing for Water Accounting and Water Productivity.
Acacia is working with over 30 groundwater experts on safeguarding groundwater resources for future generations. Acacia gave a brief presentation of two cases of groundwater management using innovative tools.