The AG-WaMED project is present at the PRIMA Project Day 2023 in Barcelona, with our project coordinator, Prof. Elena Bresci (University of Florence). The Event was the occasion of networking and exchange experiences with our PRIMA Projects in the Mediterranean Area.
Our team is actively involved in exchanging knowledge about the tools tested in the project. The SWAT hydrological model is a small watershed to river basin-scale model used to simulate the quality and quantity of surface and ground water and predict the environmental impact of land use, land management practices, and climate change. SWAT is […]
The policy analysis realized by the AG-WaMED project was presented also at Université Paris Diderot, in the framework of the LIED seminars. The objective of this communication was to understand the challenges associated with the production and application of non-conventional water in the Mediterranean region. By drawing on sustainability transition studies and political ecology, AG-WaMED […]
AG-WaMED Masterclass Second edition: the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) for sustainable water management in the Mediterranean Area 20.11.2023 – 9.15 Italian Time The project “Advancing non conventional water management for innovative climate-resilient water governance in the Mediterranean Area” (AG-WaMED) aims at providing innovative, evidence-based participatory management solutions to water scarcity governance that can […]
The AG-WaMED team met in Tunisia from the 23rd to the 26th of October, for the second project meeting. The team, hosted by IRA Medenine, held a two-day session with updates in the Hotel Les Ambassadeurs, in Tunis, then moved for a visit on the field, in the Tunisian-Algerian Living Lab. In the first two […]
Dr. Chloé Nicolas-Artero, social scientist at the Politecnico di Milano, presented the results of her critical analysis of the use of non-conventional waters in Tunisia and Algeria at the Colloque International La politique de développement durable au Maghreb in Rabat, Morocco. The international conference was organised by the IRD and Faculty of Arts and Humanities […]
The first scientific paper developed in the AG-WaMED project has been published! ClimInonda: A Web Application for Climate Data Management: A Case Study of the Bayech Basin (Southwestern Tunisia) ClimInonda is an application developed to integrate existing database platforms by providing a suite of water management tools, including the ability to calculate the total precipitation […]
The AG-WaMED project was presented at the CS4 Seminar – Building the energy transition through the technologies of environmental and civil engineering. Dr. Davide Danilo Chiarelli, of the team at Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy, was the speaker for a talk on The circular economy of blue water: potential application of brackish water in agriculture. […]