11/08/17 Filed in: Webinar
and the Action Platform for Source-to-Sea Management
(S2S Platform) have jointly developed a series of webinars focusing on the source-to-sea management.
You can now register for the final session in our S2S series, Webinar #5: Approaches to assessment, tracking and modelling the Source-to-Sea interactions
via following LINK. The four presenters of this final session will be exploring some interesting options for the measurement and management of water from Source-to-Sea. Read More...
23/01/17 Filed in: Meeting
The AGWA Policy Group, led by SIWI, will be holding its first meeting of 2017 in early February. The Policy Group has grown a great deal over the past year but they are always seeking new supporters, partners, and colleagues. This meeting will focus on plans for the upcoming year as well as a recap of recent policy advances and events related to the AGWA network. If you are interested in joining the call or finding out more about the group, contact the Policy Group
or Sofia Widforss
at SIWI. Read More...
The event is designed to advance the dialogue across sectors and actors on the role of water resilience in implementing the NDCs. During the event, speakers will showcase opportunities and challenges for successful implementation of national climate plans, accessing climate finance, and highlighting the role of non-state actors. When
: Thursday 17 November; 15:00-16:30Venue
: Observer Room 6 (300)Organizers
: SIWI, GWP, and Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) Read More...
This side event will address current bottlenecks and opportunities for cities to deliver climate-resilient, low-carbon water and waste services in emerging economies. Both the water and waste sector provide attractive opportunities for cities to take action in reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions to help meet the UN Climate targets and other sustainable development goals. Making the most of these opportunities, and of the synergies of the two sectors, requires a shift in policies, regulations, financing and planning approaches that fully embrace their positive contribution to low-carbon cities. The development of a project pipeline for investments will require creditworthy cities and service providers to make informed decisions about financing options, preparing bankable projects that deliver value and contribute towards emissions reductions and resiliency measures that enable the implementation of the Paris Agreement.When
: Thursday 17 November; 11:30-13:00Venue
: Mediterranean Room (Blue Zone)Organizers
: IWA, ISWA, OECD Read More...
A side event on the occasion of the UNGA High Level Thematic Debate on Achieving the SDGs and the Paris Agreement Signing Ceremony, 21-22 April
Organized by the Permanent Mission of Sweden to the UN and the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), in partnership with the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation and the Rockefeller Foundation, the objective of the event is to present and discuss possible strategies for strengthening climate resilience through effective and sustainable water resources management and how the Paris Agreement and the SDGs can be implemented in a coordinated way with water as a useful connector. The UN Deputy Secretary General, H.E. Jan Eliasson, will be delivering a keynote speech.
All are invited to this event, which is set to take place on April 20 at the UN Headquarters in New York.
This post will be updated as more details are finalized. Check back soon. Read More...
It is widely acknowledged that water is at the front lines of climate change. It is the primary channel through which the impacts of climate change will be felt across the key growth drivers of the global economy –agriculture, energy, industry, environment, and the urban sector. However, discussions at COP in the past have mainly focused on the issue of mitigation; while this is clearly a worldwide priority, equally important is the issue of adaptation and the understanding of the impacts of climate change on water resources and key water dependent sectors of the economy. Read more to see how you can watch the event live! Read More...
This talk will be held in connection to the High Level Panel on 26 August, 14:00-15:30. It will focus on the central role of water in achieving climate adaptation and mitigation, and on the historic opportunity offered by COP21 to catalyse global leaders’ attention to this issue. Read More...
04/12/14 Filed in: Conference | AGWA | Seminar
The side event will aim to build recognition of the links between climate adaptation, mitigation and resilience, while focusing on water resource management as an essential denominator for integrated strategies.Date:
Wednesday, December 10 Time:
Room Caral (130)ORGANISERS
Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), France (French Ministry of Foreign Affairs), UNESCO-IHP, and Leadership for Environment and Development, Pakistan (LEAD)CO-ORGANISERS
Sweden, the French Water Partnership (FWP) the Global Water Partnership (GWP), the National Water Authority of Peru (ANA), Servicio National de Meterología e Hidrología del Peru (SENAMHI), International Water Association (IWA), Conservation International (CI), Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA), National Water Commission Mexico (Conagua) and United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Read More...
04/12/14 Filed in: Conference | AGWA | Seminar
This side event will showcase the critical role water plays in both the adaptation and mitigation of climate change, including as a link between these efforts.Date:
Saturday, December 6 Time: 13:00-15:00Venue:
Room 68, European PavilionORGANIZERS
SIWI, UNESCO-IHP, FWP, Sweden, France, GWP, UNECE Read More...
07/11/14 Filed in: Conference
This side event will aim to build recognition of the links between climate adaptation, mitigation, and resilience, while focusing on water resources as the common denominator between the strategies. We will share experiences and lessons learned in areas related to water management, energy efficiency, sustainable drainage systems, catchment protection and management and the promotion of policies which improves adaptive capacity and builds resilience, while aiming at not increasing the greenhouse gas emissions. Read More...