blog post biodiversity, climate change, climate resilience dams, droughts Earth Day, ecosystems, Environmental flows, flood risks, groundwater glaciers, health, livelihood, irrigation, Lucy Lawrenson
14 May 21
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Water underpins all human activity, which is why water security is vital for reducing poverty and hunger. But water security is also critical to turning the tide on climate change. That’s why IWMI’s research builds climate resilience by providing water science solutions that work for local communities around the world. Below are three ways IWMI’s pioneering research is helping to restore our planet.
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