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Part 2 of the ‘Groundwater, Beauty & Culture Dialogue’ Video Series is Out Now

In the second ‘groundwater, beauty and culture dialogue’, Makoto Taniguchi (RIHN) and Tom Gleeson (University of Victoria, Canada) ponder how groundwater sustainability could be enriched with Japanese culture. They discuss various Japanese words and concepts while pointing to how these might be interesting or insightful to hydrogeologists. This video was recorded at Hōnen-in Temple in Kyoto, Japan and co-released by the International Association of Hydrogeologists and the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN).

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