Ph.D, project manager of the division of Water Sciences at UNESCO
1 published article
Aurélien Dumont is a hydrogeologist and Ph.D, dedicated to the governance and sustainability of the use of groundwater in Spain, mainly in the agricultural sector (UCM, Madrid, 2015). Collaborating with the Groundwater and Human Settlements Section of the Intergovernmental Hydrological Program (IHP) of UNESCO since 2015, he has worked on international projects mainly dedicated to the knowledge and establishment of consultation mechanisms concerning transboundary aquifers, in particularly in the context of monitoring SDG indicator 6.5.2 dedicated to transboundary cooperation, of which he contributes to coordination within UN-Water.
He recently led the writing of a publication dedicated to solutions to curb the groundwater crisis in agriculture as part of a collective dynamic around this resource bringing together experts, academics and operational staff and supported by the Scientific and Technical Committee of Agricultural Water, financed by AFD.