Conference series on ‘Water resources in a changing world’: Prof. Stefan Uhlenbrook

The first seminar in the new conference series ‘Water resources in a changing world’, organised by the Institut Grand-Ducal, Section des Sciences & the National Museum of Natural History (MNHN), will take place on Tuesday, 2 April 2019, on the topic ‘Water – The critical element to achieve the Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’.

This series is supported by the FNR’s RESCOM programme.

Speaker is Prof. Stefan Uhlenbrook (United Nations World Water Assessment Programme). **update 21/03: this lecture has been moved from 3 April 18:30 and will now take place on 2 April 17:30 instead. Location remains the same**

Time, date and location

This lecture will start at 17:30 in the lecture hall of the National Museum of Natural History, 25 rue Münster, Luxembourg-Grund.

Free access and free seating.

Find out more about this and upcoming lectures in this series on the MNHN website

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