In densely populated areas, water and people meet. Especially in these areas, the importance of effective water management, focused on sustainability and quality of the environment, is immense. Spatial developments as well as climate developments need to be taken into account as these lead to changing boundary conditions.
What kind of precipitation do we take into account? Where is rainfall expected and how is the water drained? What do we expect from measures in urban and rural areas, where is the risk minimal? And how do we safeguard, in summers with changing rainfall events with spikes, the availability of enough water of sufficient quality in dry periods?
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You probably know the Dutch are skilled in dealing with water but do you also know we are experienced in what to do when there is no water at all- with droughts? The 6th of October 2017 was the closing seminar of the NufficNL training about operational drought management. Read more