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CLIMATE CHANGE AND FUTURE WATER RESOURCES

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Quantifying the impact of climate change on hydrology and water quality in Wales, its implications for hydropower and other water uses.

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This webinar offers a great opportunity to learn about the Dŵr Uisce project’s latest work in quantifying the impact of climate change on hydrology and water quality in Wales, and its implications for run-of-river hydropower operations and other water uses. This session will provide opportunity for themed discussions on the future challenges facing water abstractors across the UK and Ireland, as well as a Q&A session.

No pre-knowledge of the topic is necessary.

Audience: hydropower operators, water companies, local authorities, organisations and pubic bodies with an interest in water resources, and anyone keen to understand more about the potential impacts of climate change on water resources in the UK and Ireland.

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Organiser Dwr Uisce Project

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Dwr Uisce stands for 'Distributing our Water Resources: Utilising Integrated, Smart and low-Carbon Energy'. We are a research team made up of academic and research staff from Trinity College Dublin in Ireland and Bangor University in Wales. The team has extensive experience in energy technology, environmental impact assessments, climate change and business collaboration. The project runs until Sept '21, and is supported through the Ireland-Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020.

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