Conference of the Asian Irrigation Governance and Management Network on “Resilient Community Irrigation Management in Context of Climate Change and Multifunctional Rural-Urban Water Use Competition in Asia”

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Venue: Milton E. Bender Auditorium, AIT, Thailand and Online via Zoom
Date: 24 – 25 June 2022
Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (ICT/GMT+0700 Bangkok Time)


The irrigated water is subjected to multiple threats resulting from climate change, overexploitation, resource pollution, economy, power relations, and politics. The recent rise of economic growth in Asia has increased the demand for water resources depleting the resource itself. Water irrigation constitutes a significant portion of the consumed water. To increase resource efficiency, meet the resource demand, and fulfill SDGs, academics, governments, and NGOs are seeking improved policies. This conference, with the relevant expert participants, will try to find alternative policies that could be put forward for the policymakers seeking to implement them.


Interested students and staff can join the conference by filling in the form before 20 June. The alumni and interested people are welcome.

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