The IAHS Science for Solutions decade, with Hydrology Engaging Local People IN a Global world (HELPING)

Berit Arheimer, Christophe Cudennec, Attilio Castellarin, Salvatore Grimaldi, Kate v. Heal, Claire Lupton, Archana Sarkar, Fuqiang Tian, Jean-Marie Kileshye onema, Stacey Archfield, Günter Blöschl, Pedro l. borges Chaffe, Barry f.w. Croke, Moctar Dembélé, Chris Leong, Ana Mijic, Giovanny m. Mosquera, Bertil Nlend, Adeyemi o. Olusola, María j. PoloMelody Sandells, Justin Sheffield, Theresa c. Van hateren, Mojtaba Shafiei, Soham Adla, Ankit Agarwal, Cristina Aguilar, Jafet c.m. Andersson, Cynthia Andraos, Ana Andreu, Francesco Avanzi, Ryan r. Bart, Alena Bartosova, Okke Batelaan, James c. Bennett, Miriam Bertola, Nejc Bezak, Judith Boekee, Thom Bogaard, Martijn j. Booij, Pierre Brigode, Wouter Buytaert, Konstantine Bziava, Giulio Castelli, Cyndi v. Castro, Natalie c. Ceperley, Sivarama k. r. Chidepudi, Francis h. s. Chiew, Kwok p. Chun, Addisu g. Dagnew, B.w. Dekongmen, Manuel Del jesus, Alain Dezetter, José a. Do nascimento batista, Rebecca c. Doble, Nilay Dogulu, Joris p.c. Eekhout, Alper Elçi, Maria Elenius, David c. Finger, Aldo Fiori, Svenja Fischer, Kristian Förster, Daniele Ganora, Emna Gargouri ellouze, Mohammad Ghoreishi, Natasha Harvey, Markus Hrachowitz, Mahesh Jampani, Fernando Jaramillo, Harro j. Jongen, Kola y. Kareem, Usman t. Khan, Sina Khatami, Daniel g. Kingston, Gerbrand Koren, Stefan Krause, Heidi Kreibich, Julien Lerat, Junguo Liu, Mariana Madruga de brito, Gil Mahé, Hodson Makurira, Paola Mazzoglio, Mohammad Merheb, Ashish Mishra, Hiba Mohammad, Alberto Montanari, Never Mujere, Ehsan Nabavi, Albert Nkwasa, Maria e. Orduna alegria, Christina Orieschnig, Valeriya Ovcharuk, Santosh s. Palmate, Saket Pande, Shachi Pandey, Georgia Papacharalampous, Ilias Pechlivanidis, Gopal Penny, Rafael Pimentel, David a. Post, Cristina Prieto, Saman Razavi, Sergio Salazar-Galán, Adarsh Sankaran namboothiri, Pedro p. Santos, Hubert Savenije, Nura j. Shanono, Ashutosh Sharma, Murugesu Sivapalan, Zhanibek Smagulov, Jan Szolgay, Jin Teng, Adriaan j. Teuling, Claudia Teutschbein, Hristos Tyralis, Ann Van griensven, Andries j. Van schalkwyk, Marit Van tiel, Alberto Viglione, Elena Volpi, Thorsten Wagener, Lan Wang-Erlandsson, Marthe Wens, Jun Xia

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The new scientific decade (2023-2032) of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) aims at searching for sustainable solutions to undesired water conditions - may it be too little, too much or too polluted. Many of the current issues originate from global change, while solutions to problems must embrace local understanding and context. The decade will explore the current water crises by searching for actionable knowledge within three themes: global and local interactions, sustainable solutions and innovative cross-cutting methods. We capitalise on previous IAHS Scientific Decades shaping a trilogy; from Hydrological Predictions (PUB) to Change and Interdisciplinarity (Panta Rhei) to Solutions (HELPING). The vision is to solve fundamental water-related environmental and societal problems by engaging with other disciplines and local stakeholders. The decade endorses mutual learning and co-creation to progress towards UN sustainable development goals. Hence, HELPING is a vehicle for putting science in action, driven by scientists working on local hydrology in coordination with local, regional, and global processes.
Original languageEnglish
JournalHydrological Sciences Journal
Early online date20 May 2024
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 20 May 2024

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