The SMARTWATER project was presented at the International Symposium on Managing Land and Water for Climate-Smart Agriculture organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The ‘International Symposium on Managing Land and Water for Climate-Smart Agriculture’ aims to facilitate the exchange of information and knowledge among soil, water and environment professionals from developed and developing countries to advance the understanding, collaboration and capabilities to respond to the impact of climate change in a rapidly changing global environment. The event was held in Vienna, Austria from 25-29 July, 2022.
The symposium was held as an in-person event, with the possibility of remote connection. A significant number of scientific research was presented at the Symposium.
Preliminary results from the joint experimental studies at Aleksandrovac and Butmir were presented to the participants.
The event also draws on lessons learnt, current status, with a focus on new development of nuclear and isotopic techniques to enhance the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises that impact agriculture and food security, such as emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs), climate change and nuclear or radiological emergencies.
It was emphasized the importance of the SMARTWATER activities for the early state researchers and their enrolment in a sector of the sustainable agricultural water management and Managing Land and Water for Climate-Smart Agriculture.