The water futures and solutions initiative of IIASA [International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis]
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Burek, P.; Langan, S.; Cosgrove, W.; Fischer, G.; Kahil, T.; Magnusziewski, P.; Satoh, Y.; Tramberend, S.; Wada, Y.; Wiberg, David. 2016. The water futures and solutions initiative of IIASA [International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis] Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Integrated Disaster Risk Management Disasters and Development: Towards a Risk Aware Society, Isfahan, Iran, 1-3 October 1-3 2016. 4p.
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The Water Futures and Solutions Initiative (WFaS) is a cross-sector, collaborative global project. Its objective is to developing scientific evidence and applying systems analysis to help identify water-related policies and management practices that work together consistently across scales and sectors to improve human well-being through water security. The Water Futures and Solutions (WFaS) initiative has produced a consistent and comprehensive projection for global possible water futures. Focusing on the near future until the 2050s, WFaS assessed how water future changes over time, employing a multi-model projection.
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