The Royal Society: Drought risk in the Anthropocene
19-20 October 2021
Online science+ meeting
The impacts of droughts on people and the natural environment are increasing due to climate change and over-exploitation of water resources. This Science+ meeting will explore the scientific understanding of changing drought risk and examine drought impacts on the environment, people and the economy. Policy-makers, practitioners and scientists will discuss policy options for the management of droughts in the future.
This Science+ meeting is organised by Professor Jim Hall(University of Oxford)| Associate Professor Jamie Hannaford (UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and Maynooth University, UK and Ireland)|Professor Gabriele Hegerl FRS (The University of Edinburgh).
Zoom Webinar (online)
The event is hosted by The Royal Society.