SC 3.1 Fresh water availability under drought conditions as a potential driver for water conflicts

 Tuesday 10 May, 13.30 – 15.15, Leeuwen Room II

Chairs Nigel Arnell, University of Reading, United Kingdom
Roland Schulze, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Rapporteur Carolien Caspers, Radboud University, the Netherlands

Water security and climate change: an evolving research agenda
Declan Conway, London School of Economics, United Kingdom

Regional headwater governance in Himalaya for water security in South Asia under climate change
Prakash Chandra, Tiwari Kumaun University, India

Hotspots of climate change-enhanced conflict risks
Karen Meijer, Deltares, the Netherlands

Using a novel climate – water conflict vulnerability index to capture double exposures in Lake Chad
Uche Okpara, University of Leeds, United Kingdom