30 November - Learn more about the challenges of groundwater allocation and the key questions governments need to answer to establish robust allocation arrangements. How can policies slow depletion, contribute to aquifer recovery and prevent pollution? The talk will highlight findings from the recently released OECD report: Groundwater Allocation: Managing Growing Pressures on Quantity and Quality.Read more
21-22 November - The Forum will focus on investment, innovation and employment aspects of the fast-growing ocean-based industries, together with policies to protect and sustainably use marine and ocean resources and ecosystems. The Agenda, the latest documents and the list of high-level speakers are now available.Read more
25 October - This workshop examined how to consider, in a coherent manner, two environmental challenges - biodiversity loss and climate change - and the inter-relationships with agricultural productivity. Drawing on insights from a range of OECD countries, the aim was to share experiences, challenges and good practice insights to improve alignment and effectiveness of policies across these three areas. Meeting documents and presentations are now available.Read more
OECD work on biodiversity, water and natural resources management focuses on policy analysis to help ensure more environmentally effective, cost-efficient and equitable outcomes.
Thursday 30 November | Groundwater Allocation: Managing Growing Pressures on Quantity and Quality
Groundwater withdrawals have risen sharply in the past 50 years and the resource is becoming increasingly degraded due to pollution and saline intrusion.
Thursday 30 November at 17h00 CET (Paris time)
REGISTER to join Kathleen Dominique of the OECD Environment Directorate to learn more about the challenges of groundwater allocation and the key questions governments need to answer to establish robust allocation arrangements.
How can policies slow depletion, contribute to aquifer recovery and prevent pollution?
And how can allocation arrangements be designed to maximise the benefits – economic, environmental and social – derived from groundwater today and in the future?
The talk will highlight findings from the recently released OECD report: Groundwater Allocation: Managing Growing Pressures on Quantity and Quality.
Duration: 1 hour (Presentation of 20-30 minutes followed by Q&A)
Examining how to better conserve and sustainably use biodiversity and ecosystems, today and for future generations.
Identifying the priority areas where governments need to focus their water reform efforts.
Providing policy analysis of pressing global issues in fisheries, aquaculture, and sustainable fisheries management.
Assessing incentives and policy approaches to achieve maximum benefits to society.
Promoting the use of principles of ecology which take into account the relationships between organisms and their environment.
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