In a recent interview, Prof. Dr. Ralf Ludwig from the LMU Munich, presented the third case study of the ARSINOE project, which focuses on the Main River Basin. The Main River, located in the heart of Europe, is a major waterway that is expected to be heavily impacted by climate change, with significant consequences for agriculture, forestry, water and energy management.
The ARSINOE approach involves transferring a database of authorities and enterprises in the region, along with existing simulations using process-based, spatially distributed models, to the Main River Basin. By doing so, the project aims to better understand and address the potential impacts of climate change on the region, while also identifying opportunities for sustainable development.
With the Main River Basin case study, the project is taking an important step towards achieving its goal of creating a water-smart society that ensures access to water, sanitation, and hygiene for all.
The full interview is available on YouTube at this link.