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The significance of stakeholder involvement in adaptive water management strategies

Monday, 24 April 2017 Posted in Tordera Society, Spain , BeWater News, Vipava Society, Slovenia , News, Pedieos Society, Cyprus, Rmel Society, Tunisia

impact article

BeWater project is featured in IMPACT magazine as part of the broad project dissemination.

The article includes interviews with the project coordinator and Case Study leaders, as well as an overview on the project and its main achievements.

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The IMPACT magazine is distributed to 35,000 stakeholder readers including funding agencies, policymakers, NGO's, universities, academic agencies, research institutes and private sector.

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