No development is possible without it. And more than 5,000 million people could suffer scarcity by 2050. Solutions based on nature itself could help mitigate the problem. At World Water Week, starting today, several examples are being presented.

The Alcazarén-Pedrajas is one of 18 examples of innovative solutions to protect groundwater reserves and make communities more resilient to climate change. The International Water Management Institute, a non-profit scientific research organization focused on the sustainable use of land and water, with its head office in Sri Lanka, is presenting these solutions at World Water Week.

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