The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals as enshrined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable development are intricately linked to the equality of access to water and the reliability of water supply. However, over 2 billion people in the world live in countries that experience high water stress. Water project management now becomes the key activities to neutralize the water supply and demand by humankinds and the nature. Moreover, climate change leads to huge imbalance in water resources between regions and countries. Water project management can play an important role in mitigating the problems caused by the uneven distribution of huge water resources caused by natural disasters.
IPMA Water Special Interest Group members have the opportunity to find like-minded researchers and professionals, save time and budgets by accessing the best research and practices of water project management, as well as to consolidate their positioning as outstanding scholars and professional project managers.