Experts have aired their belief that organisations need to work together to diversify their resources and strategies if Qatar and the region are to achieve water security, at a panel discussion hosted by Qatar Foundation and 'Science' magazine.
With the sustainability of future water supplies being seen as a key global challenge in need of solutions, the panelists – who are all experts within the water security field – agreed that urgent solutions need to be applied by adapting existing technologies to address the issue of water crises.
The event, titled ‘Water in a Dry Land: Can innovation drive water security?’, was held at Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP) as part of the ‘Catalysing The Future’ campaign, which is highlighting QSTP’s efforts and achievements over the past decade and the importance of research, development, and innovation to Qatar.
The webinar will air on https://www.sciencemag.org/custom-publishing/webinars, on November 13.
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