DescriptionThis event served to introduce the integrated biophysical modelling results from the project to stakeholders in full, and to present the findings from the three rounds of household surveys that have been conducted. The meeting identified a number of key ways in which project outputs might influence policy development and implementation in Bangladesh, through the provision of additional information and enhanced modelling capacity: the World Bank’s coastal infrastructure and polder rehabilitation project; the development of the new National Adaptation Plan by the UNDP; the DeltaPlan2100; understanding salinity and groundwater regulation in the delta region; and achieving greater clarity on the potential consequences of the renegotiation of the Farakka agreement in 2026.
|Period||16 Sept 2015|
|Location||Dhaka, BangladeshShow on map|
Integrating science, modelling and stakeholders through qualitative and quantitative scenarios: ESPA Deltas Working Paper no.5
Research output: Working paper/Preprint › Working paper
Integrated assessment of social and environmental sustainability dynamics in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna delta, Bangladesh
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review