Water Diplomacy

Challenges and opportunities in the Framework of Transboundary Water Cooperation.

Estimados amigos de RALCEA,
 

L’Agence Italienne pour la Coopération au Développement (AICS), siège de Dakar (Sénégal), lance un appel à propositions pour la réalisation d’actions de Recherche et Développement dans le cadre du Programme « Appui à la gestion des ressources en eau et du Nexus eauénergie-agriculture dans le bassin du fleuve Sénégal » financé par le Commission européenne.

Le texte complet des lignes directrices à l’intention des demandeurs peut être consulté et sur le site Internet suivant:

Commemorating World Water Day, a pivot event will be hosted on 19 March 2019 at the Palais des Nations, home of the United Nations Office at Geneva. During the event, the United Nations World Water Development Report 2019 will be launched and the winner of the Stockholm Water Prize announced.

 

ACEWATER2 Annual Meeting

Annual meeting of the AUC-NEPAD African Centres of Excellence on Water Science and Technology

La Cátedra UNESCO, conjuntamente con la CODIA (Conferencia de Directores Iberoamericanos del Agua) y otras instituciones, orga

Cape Town has come dangerously close to running out of water after 3 years of persistent drought.

 

Tight water usage restrictions have been successful in stalling 'day zero' - when the city's taps will be turned off - until 2019, buying time for authorities to look for more ways to manage the crisis.

The JRC, with data from its Global Drought Observatory (GDO), provides analytical reports on the crisis as it develops.

European Development Days 2018

Ensuring Women Participation and Empowerment for Water and Development

Total Posts: 
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Total Members: 
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THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
REMARKS AT ONE PLANET SUMMIT Paris, 12 December 2017
[as delivered]
President Macron, Excellencies, World Bank President Jim Kim, Ladies and gentlemen,
We are not yet winning the war on climate change — the defining challenge of our times.
The Paris Agreement lays the basis for ambitious action.
But we know that current commitments will not get us there.
Every day, in every region, the front pages are dominated by weather-related disasters – storms, floods, droughts, fires.

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