ICWC Water Dialogues: The Role of Financial Institutions in Catalyzing Collaborations in Shared Waters
The Case of The Baltic Sea Project with Tove Erikslund, Chief Administrative Officer, Ålandsbanken. The Baltic Sea Project is grounded on the conviction that all actors in the region must tackle the major environmental challenges together. The Project is open to all actors from public and private sector who would actively contribute toward a healthy Baltic Sea. It gathers and works with those actors in various forms to improve the conditions of the Baltic Sea.
Call for abstracts on Water Diplomacy: A Special Issue of the Journal of Hydrology
How can cooperation over shared water resources (rivers, lakes, wetlands & aquifers) contribute to regional cooperation, conflict transformation, peacebuilding and regional security? The Special Issue of the Journal of Hydrology will be edited by Dr Marian J. Neal, Maria Vink & Dr Martina Klimes.
Facilitating scientific contributions to water diplomacy and cooperation processes
UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme (IHP) welcomes your abstracts for the session #26 it is convening during the 2017 International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) Scientific Assembly, 10-14 July, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
International Symposium on Water Diplomacy: Outcomes released
This past November diplomats, decision-makers, thought leaders and practitioners came together to discuss international cooperation over shared water resources and water diplomacy as an approach to conflict transformation, peacebuilding and regional cooperation. See outcomes and highlights here.