On 31 May 2018, Deltares and Kimberly-Clark invite you to participate in a webinar on the potential contributions of WaterLOUPE, a cutting-edge water scarcity dashboard, and to explore ways of engaging with us to improve the tool.
On World Water Day 2018, Kimberly-Clark and research organization Deltares launched WaterLOUPE to support water stakeholders in assessing water scarcity risks in order to generate actionable insights to adapt and/or mitigate local water risks.
WaterLOUPE is a user-friendly, dashboard that provides information on water scarcity risks now and in the future of your river basin. It combines data on hydrology, exposure and vulnerability at the local level. WaterLOUPE runs the risk assessment at actor-group level, instead of only at sector level. For example, it specifies between the impacts of water scarcity for self-subsistence farmers versus large farms. The distinction in impacts at actor level are key in establishing good and sustainable water stewardship in the catchment area.
We would like to invite you to participate in this webinar to hear more about the potential contributions WaterLOUPE could make to your work, and to explore ways of engaging with us to improve the tool.
Thursday, 31 May 2018, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM CEST (Amsterdam)
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The webinar session presenters are:
- Vetrivel Dhagumudi (Kimberly-Clark, USA)
- Sophie Vermooten (Deltares, The Netherlands)
- Dimmie Hendriks (Deltares, The Netherlands)
As of now, registration is open. Reserve your webinar seat here. After registering, you will receive confirmation via e-mail containing information about joining the webinar. If you are not able to participate but would like to receive information, please mail us at [email protected].
Finally, do not hesitate to forward this invitation to other people who might be interested in participating. We look forward to seeing you at the webinar!
Vetri Dhagumudi (Kimberly-Clark) and Sophie Vermooten (Deltares)