iSEE Congress 2015 — Session 1: "Vulnerability of Water Resources to Climate Change"





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Published on Nov 9, 2015

Session 1 presentations:

– "Structuring a Blue Revolution for Water Security" by Praveen Kumar, Lovell Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (3:0625:38)

– "Regional Impacts of Climate Change: Implications for Water Management in India" by Pradeep Mujumdar, KSIIDC Chair Professor of Civil Engineering at the Indian Institute of Science. (27:5244:34)

–Q&A w/speakers (45:161:06:41)


Each fall, iSEE hosts an international Congress, assembling leading scientists from a wide range of disciplines to present the latest scientific research on grand world challenges of sustainability, energy, generation and conservation, and the environment.

iSEE Congress 2015 “Water Planet, Water Crises? Meeting the World’s Water-Food-Energy Needs Sustainably” brought together 350 researchers, students, and community members to examine the interconnectedness of water resources, food production, and energy generation.


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