A new ecohydrology document has been published by the European Regional Center for Ecohydrology, titled "Ecohydrology - Nature-Based Solutions for Enhancement of Sustainability Potential". You can find the report at the link below.
Early career researchers were invited to present to the UNESCO Ecohydrology Programme Scientific Advisory Committee and other Ecohydrology Programme leaders at their annual meeting in Faro, Portugal. The early career researchers included:
Ms Edyta Kiedrzynska - Professor and Deputy Director European Regional Centre for Ecohydrology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland.
Ms Anastasia Mirli - PhD Student - Delta Nestos, Lakes Vistonida - Ismarida Management Body, Delta Nestos Information Center, Greece
Ms Lauren Zielinski – Young Researcher and Project Coordinator – IHE Delft