SHARING IS CARING. New EU project POWER published best practices on water management for four cities

Principal Scientist at KWR and Professor in Water Management and Urban Development.

POWER, the EU funded initiative on political and social awareness on water environmental challenges, published an analysis of best practices in city water management. Rapid urbanisation, climate change, and inadequate maintenance of water and waste infrastructures in cities may lead to flooding, water scarcity, water pollution, adverse health effects, and rehabilitation costs that may overwhelm the resilience of cities. These megatrends pose urgent challenges in cities as the cost of inaction is high.

Read Kees’s post at LinkedIn for more details:
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/sharing-caring-new-eu-project-power-published-best-four-van-leeuwen

To download the complete report, please proceed to POWER project website at: www.power-h2020.eu

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