The power of water: the unexplored potential for climate resilience
The event will showcase recent signals of change in water for climate across the globe. By demonstrating tangible solutions through Nature-based solutions for water resilient agriculture and urban city resilience the event seeks to inspire more ambitious water action.
By demonstrating tangible solutions through Nature-based solutions for water resilient agriculture and urban city resilience the event seeks to inspire more ambitious water action. The aim is to offer a cross-sectoral perspective that moves beyond thematic silos by including non-traditional water voices and the potential for non-state actors to broaden and deepen engagement globally.
This event is part of the Marrakesh Partnership for Global Climate Action.
Join us at COP27
To share new knowledge about water and climate, SIWI will be taking active part in the global climate conference COP27 between 6 and 18 November. Join our programme online to learn about a promising new generation of climate solutions.SIWI at COP
Welcome and closing by host – Henk Ovink, Special Envoy for International Water Affairs for The Kingdom of Netherlands
- Appeal to our common humanity – Colette Pichon-Battle, Vision and Narratives Partner
- Video – What does water resilience mean to you?
- The state of the world’s water resources and its importance for climate resilience and the future state
- Jyotsna Puri, Associate Vice-President – Strategy and Knowledge Department (SKD) at IFAD
- Togonon Severin Togo, Founder and Principal coordinator, Environmental Education and Youth Empowerment
- Cross-sectoral aspects of climate change adaptation and mitigation, successful examples
- Mathieu Tolian, Deputy Director Sustainable Development, Veolia
- Ruth Mathews, Senior Manager / Coordinator, Action Platform for Source-to-Sea Management, Stockholm International Water Institute
- Videos – Solutions that are delivering climate outcomes
- Access to finance -Dr Frannie Leautier, CEO Southbridge
- Statement for the future -Mina Guli, Water Activist, CEO of Thirst Foundation and Run Blue campaign