09/11/17 Filed in: Announcement
Friday, 10 November is the second official UNFCCC Water Action Day, where you'll find a full day of events focused on the importance of water in the climate dialogue. AGWA and SIWI are co-organizers along with IUCN, World Water Council, FWP, Global Alliances for Water and Climate (GAfWaC).
The full day will be LIVESTREAMED on the UNFCCC Climate Change Studio YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSbUPgmmKUTzRmspKM9DpuQ/featured
The events take place in varying rooms, so make sure to check out the #BlueLineBonn page
or the one-page SIWI/AGWA events summary
to find out which channel to view. Read More...
07/11/17 Filed in: Announcement
Great news for anyone that couldn't make it to COP23! The UNFCCC has announced that you will be able to virtually participate. They will be live-streaming all official side events via YouTube Live using the UNFCCC Climate Change Studio channel. The broadcast will include presentation slides (as they appear on the screen) and the video of the speaker as available. Note that events will be live broadcast based on local time in Bonn, Germany. They will also be archived for future viewing. Continue reading more below for details and make sure to visit AGWA's #BlueLineBonn page
for more information on all things COP23! Read More...
02/10/17 Filed in: Conference
October 3-4 will be key dates in the lead up to COP23 in Bonn. The 2nd International Conference on Water and Climate: Fostering dialogue on the road of COP23
will take place on those dates in Marseille, France. The World Water Council, with the support of the CoP22 Presidency as represented by the Delegate Ministry for Water of the Kingdom of Morocco, and with the collaboration of other international partners such as the #ClimateIsWater Initiative
, will be hosting the event.
The event is by invitation only, BUT
you can take part by virtually participating in a livestream
. Read more below. Read More...
25/08/17 Filed in: World Water Week
World Water Week in Stockholm begins in just a couple of days. If you can't make it to the World Water Week this year, you can still follow the highlights and some key events online by using the official hashtag #WWWeek. Don't forget that AGWA will be hosting and speaking at events throughout the week. We have a whole page
dedicated to our presence in Stockholm.
You can also follow World Water Week digitally! Watch #Live key events, such as the Opening Plenary,
the Highlights from Stockholm Junior Water Prize ceremony
/announcement and much more! You can find all livestreams during the week at http://www.worldwaterweek.org/pressroom/live/
. Read More...