7th GRIPP Partners Meeting will be held at IAH Congress in Dubrovnik

The 7th GRIPP Partners Meeting will be held during the 44th IAH Congress in Dubrovnik, Croatia. During this face-to-face meeting, GRIPP partners will discuss the progress in GRIPP’s activities, partnership building, branding, product development and project initiatives.

The meeting will take place on Thursday, 28th September, 17:00-19:00 (room Kokpit). Participants of the IAH Congress are welcome to attend the first part of the meeting to learn about GRIPP and explore joint interest areas for collaboration.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

About GRIPP

Groundwater Solutions Initiative for Policy and Practice (GRIPP) is an independent open global consortium of partners set up to connect, strengthen, expand and connect groundwater-related projects and initiatives.

GRIPP is designed to co-develop solutions to the challenges of groundwater overdraft and water quality degradation. It focuses on the groundwater-dependent, food-producing areas of the world, particularly in low income and emerging economies, where it supports water and food security. Through dynamic partnerships, GRIPP promotes and adapts tested technologies and innovative policy and institutional approaches, in order to achieve the SDGs related to climate resilience, food security, livelihoods and sustainable water management.

44th IAH Congress

The IAH Congress is an international groundwater event organised by associated national chapters of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH). This 44th edition will be organised by the Croatian National Chapter and will be held at the Palace Hotel in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Registration for this event is still open and the reduced early bird registration fee is available until the 30th of June. Click here for online registration.

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  1. 11/10 Bravo. Critical is ground water is totally dependant upon recharge water. The transpiring rains coast to catchment in turn relies upon critical vegetation to transpire rainwaters inland. Equally is the need for the 2-4% of vegetation to sequester CO2 to become soil, soil-carbon. Earth is a Bank a Bank of assets but sadly no Management to “balance Account”. If we are to hand the assets in 100% working order to the Historians of Tomorrow we need today an executive Board as each part of the Bank is insolubly linked. The Historians have their pens poised. Here is what we teach and lead in the field https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbI8YZmBP8g without prejudice best wishes Robert Vincin

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