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    Being eager to participate in the adaptation of agricultural businesses in a context of climate change, MAPAQ commissioned the conduct of a study to better identify the current and future challenges of water management. The mandate involved drawing up a portrait of the water needs at the regional level of the various users (agricultural, residential, as well as institutional, commercial and industrial sectors) in order to understand which uses and users of water could be the most affected in the future by climate change. The project also aimed to identify innovations that would alleviate conflicts in water use. Beyond data, the project was based on a participatory approach and sought the participation of the regional actors concerned. A first phase (RADEAU 1) started in 2016 covers the regions of Montérégie, Estrie, Chaudière-Appalaches, Lanaudière and Centre-du-Québec. A second phase (RADEAU 2) began in 2017 for six other regions: Mauricie, Laval, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Capitale-Nationale, Laurentides and Outaouais.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**