Project kick-off seminar “Green adaptation strategies for water security in the Central American dry corridor”, Nicoya, Costa Rica, 26 March 2019

Project kick-off seminar in Nicoya, 26 March 2019
Group photo at the workshop in Nicoya, Costa Rica, 26 March 2019

To kick-off the project, UNA and TUD jointly organised an international workshop that took place at the CEMEDE main campus in Nicoya, Costa Rica, on 26 March 2019. The aim of the workshop was to promote a space for information and discussion on green adaptation strategies for water security in the Central American dry corridor, with em-phasis on Costa Rica’s Guanacaste region, and exchange experiences on adaptation and intervention strategies at international level. The workshop included four parts di-vided in two blocks: 1) Drivers leading to water scarcity; and 2) Technical and non-technical interventions.