Opportunities and challenges for managing deeply uncertain water-futures in the urban environment
08/08/17 Filed in: Workshop
New decision support methods for managing deep uncertainty have been developed and applied internationally, but experiences with these methods are still limited in many contexts. How can insights from these new approaches be used improve management of deeply uncertain water-futures in urban settings?
: Thursday, 24 August; 13:00-18:00 CESTWhere
: Dome of visions, The Royal Institute of Technology, KTH; Stockholm, SwedenHow to Register
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to register. Please register as soon as possible, as the number of places is limited, and not later than 22 August.
Speakers and panel members:
- John Matthews, Alliance for Global Water Adaptation, USA.
- Eelco van Beek, Deltares, NL.
- Annika Carlsson-Kanyama, Sustainable development, Environmental science and Engineering, KTH, SE.
- Jonathan Metzger, Urban and regional Studies, KTH, Sweden.
- Anders Rimne, Boverket, SE.
The workshop is arranged by Per Wikman-Svahn, Division of Philosophy, Zeinab Nour-Eddine Tag-Eldeen, Division of Urban and Regional Studies and Bo Olofsson, Department of Sustainable Development Environmental Science and Engineering, KTH in collaboration with the research project on robust decision making for climate adaptation funded by MSB and made possible through a grant from the Bolin Centre for Climate Research.