Using the Shared Socio-Economic Pathways to Develop Regional Water Futures
Columbia Water Center Cyberseminar Series
- Benjamin Preston / Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Mariya Absar / Oak Ridge National Laboratory
What are plausible alternative scenarios for society’s evolution (for example, population and economic growth and distribution) in different regions with different water futures?
Join the Columbia Water Center and CUAHSI for our next America’s Water Webinar in which Benjamin L. Preston and Mariya Absar of Oak Ridge National Laboratory discuss how they they are working on applying the new “Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSP)” model at regional scale, starting with the Southeastern United States.