Water-energy nexus in Nepal shared at the final workshop
November 22, 2018
CREEW as one of the consortium partners of the project from Nepal participated in the final workshop ‘Harnessing of climate-water-energy nexus for resource security in the Ganga River Basin’ held at Department of Environmental Science, Central University of Rajasthan (CURAJ) Ajmer India on 20 November 2018. In the workshop, Dr. Rabin Malla from CREEW delivered presentation on ‘Water-energy nexus in Nepal’ that included the water-energy nexus in the context of Nepal and illustrations of how climate change has been affecting the nexus.
The project ‘Assessment of climate-induced long-term water availability in the Ganges basin and impacts on energy security in South Asia’ was led by Institute of Global Environmental Strategies, Japan and Central University of Rajasthan (CURAJ) from India, CREEW from Nepal and Institute of Water and Flood Management of the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) from Bangladesh were the consortium partners of the project. The project was supported by the Asia Pacific Network on Global Change Research (APN) Japan.