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Strategic Planning for River Basins and Deltas

Language

English

Course format On-site
Date 2021-06-28 - 2021-07-16
Entry level Bachelor
Cost € 2910

In this course you will learn to use the concepts of adaptive and strategic planning and design for developing river basin management and development plans.

For whom?

Young and mid-career professionals (scientists, decision-makers) with a background in water management, environmental management, and / or watershed management.

This course is an updated version of the short course on Watershed and River Basin Management. Go to www.un-ihe.org/watershed-and-river-basin-management to read more and apply for this course.

Application procedure

Deadline IHE application: 28 May 2020 - 23.59 (CET)

Learning outcomes

Upon completion, the participant should be able to:

  1. Explain strategic and adaptive planning and management concepts for river basin and delta planning
  2. Describe and analyze social-physical relations and interdependencies using a socio-economical-ecological-technical systems approach
  3. Apply adaptive and strategic planning concepts and tools for river basin and delta planning

Prerequisites

Affinity with integrated river basin / delta planning and management, spatial planning, hydrology, development economics, agronomy or geography (preferably a relevant environmental or water management / science / engineering related bachelor’s degree or equivalent) and preferably experience in river basin management.

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ISCED Categories

Conservation and environmental management
Marine spatial planning