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Raising Awareness in Rmel

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 Posted in Rmel Society, Tunisia

Rmel banner2 1000In Rmel the Awareness Campaign was launched on the 16th of December at Zaghouan. 60 participants were introduced to the project through posters, presentations and discussion.

Raising Awareness in Pedieos

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 Posted in Pedieos Society, Cyprus

AC pedieos 350In Pedieos, the Cyprus Institute participated in the "Through the Researcher's Eyes" event in Nicosia, on the 28th of November.

The team used the opportunity to disseminate the objectives of the BeWater project, stressing the importance of public participation, bringing the public and researchers together and explaining science in a comprehensive manner.

Raising Awareness in Tordera

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 Posted in Tordera Society, Spain

Tordera  AC dec2014 250In Tordera, citizens and BeWater Project partners met on December 12th in Hostalric. This workshop, using an innovative methodology, aimed at guaranteeing that local actors have an active role in the definition of suitable strategies for river basin management.

Raising Awareness in Vipava

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 Posted in Vipava Society, Slovenia

In Vipava, the Awareness Campaign was launched on the 27th of November with an event at the Development Agency in Ajdovscina.

Raising Awareness in the Regions

Monday, 26 January 2015 Posted in News, BeWater News

RmelA challenge, but also an opportunity, of the BeWater Project is how to promote the adaptive water management approach for water basins. This involves integrating scientific thinking with sociological considerations to tackle the alarming global change projections pointing to increasing water scarcity and drought in the Mediterranean.

BeWater promotes dialogue and collaboration between science and society, aiming for adaptation to the global change impacts; it is putting into process a transition from a technologically-focused river basin management approach to a stakeholder driven, bottom-up process ensuring social empowerment and joint responsibility.