World Water Week
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Monitoring transboundary water cooperation: how the dedicated SDG indicator helps
The event will analyze the experience of the baseline reporting on SDG indicator 6.5.2 dedicated to transboundary cooperation, undertaken in 2017. Aspects such as the methodology, the experience by countries in reporting, the presentation of the data and the use of its results to advance cooperation worldwide will be discussed.
The Colorado River Basin Study: Collaborative Solutions to Water Sustainability
Monday 15:00 - 15:45
Reclamation will showcase its innovative WaterSMART Basin Studies Program, highlighting the program in the Colorado River Basin, including a discussion on cost-sharing with non-Federal partners, projecting future supply and demand by river basin, managing a transboundary watershed, and conducting a trade-off analysis of various adaptation and mitigation strategies.
Snow Leopards: A Surprising Solution to Water & Climate Security?
A combination of scientific tools, community engagement and environmental conservation is helping Asia's high mountains progress towards water and climate security. Lessons and products from this multi-stakeholder project can be applied to other geographies, helping the world progress to multiple SDG targets.
Water Resources (In-)Security and Conflict – Exploring Inter-Linkages
The session starts with a keynote outlining different interlinkages between water security and conflict. Then, participants identify and map inter-linkages – in thematic discussion groups – through specific examples. The discussion is structured along a set of guiding questions that structure the briefing note to be prepared as an outcome.
The Africa EU Water Partnership Project: Unlocking investments through development
The Africa EU Water Partnership Project (AEWPP) aims at significantly improving the financial viability and development impacts of water infrastructure projects. This event will showcase the AEWPP’s approach and its joint efforts with development banks, project preparation facilities, and civil society organizations to unlock capital-flow for water infrastructure in Africa.
Using Earth Observations and Models for Improved Water Sustainability
Facilitating water sustainability requires accurate characterization and prediction of critical aspects of water suitability. By combining satellite data with regional monitoring capabilities we can produce benefits for all regions of the world. This session explores how we achieve this multiscale capability and dialogue.