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IUCN key collaborator of World Water Week 2014

World Water Week is an annual conference addressing the world’s most urgent water-related challenges. For the 2014 conference, IUCN will be one of the three collaborating partners for the global meeting. …  

03 Dec 2013 | News story

Visita de campo a Yorkín, Talamanca.

Cooperación en la Cuenca Binacional del río Sixaola como ejemplo práctico para estudiantes de la Universidad para la Paz (UPEACE)

Los esfuerzos de la UICN y actores locales alrededor de la gobernanza del agua en la cuenca binacional del río Sixaola fueron expuestos a un grupo de estudiantes del curso de Seguridad Hídrica y Paz.  …   | English

02 Dec 2013 | News story
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Jane Lawton, Head of Communications, IUCN Asia

Blog: Talk of rivers and flooded forests

By Jane Lawton, Head of Communications, IUCN Asia. The word ‘dialogue’ may be somewhat overused in our development lexicon, but the recent meeting of the Mekong Water Dialogues I attended in Siem Reap, Cambodia provided a powerful example of what we really mean by effective dialogue in action. …  

25 Nov 2013 | News story

Juan Carlos Sanchez

Blog: Flexibility and adaptability, ingredients for transboundary success

Blog by Juan Carlos Sanchez. One of the key messages that came out of this year’s World Water Week in Stockholm is that climate change presents an opportunity for transboundary cooperation. After a series of seminars on this topic, there seemed to be several arguments supporting this. …  

11 Nov 2013 | News story

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Countdown to COP19: Nexus Dialogue on Water Infrastructure Solutions [video]

In our 'Countdown to COP19' we look back at videos that contribute solutions to climate change challenges. Here we focus on a video on water infrastructure solutions for the Water-Energy-Food Security Nexus. …  

08 Nov 2013 | News story

Stefano Barchiesi, IUCN Water Project Officer

Blog: Learning and sharing at the 7th GEF International Waters Conference

Blog by Stefano Barchiesi. As participants of the 7th GEF International Waters Conference started arriving in Barbados for the 4-day event, I got a better feeling of why we had been asked to support the pre-conference technical workshop on the economics of ecosystems. …  

04 Nov 2013 | News story

Video image: Rivers Uniting Borders (IUCN BRIDGE project)

Countdown to COP19: Rivers Uniting Borders/Ríos Que Unen Fronteras [video]

In our 'Countdown to COP19', we take a look back at videos that offer solutions to climate change challenges. The documentary 'Rivers Uniting Borders/Rios Que Unen Fronteras' is one of them. …   | Spanish

31 Oct 2013 | News story

Mangrove Planting Competition, Keti Bunder

Experts stress need for hydro-diplomacy between India, Pakistan and Afghanistan

IUCN Pakistan and Oxfam Novib recently organised a roundtable discussion on hydro-diplomacy to improve water cooperation between India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. …  

30 Oct 2013 | News story

Women group filming, Northern Uganda

Countdown to COP19: Building resilience in times of change [video]

In less than a month, it is that time of the year again for the annual UN Climate Change conference. In the lead up to this international event, IUCN Water will promote a selection of videos on what climate change can mean in the field, and what is being done about it in rural communities across the globe. …  

28 Oct 2013 | News story

Rebecca Welling, Project Officer, IUCN Global Water Programme

Stepping outside the ‘water box’ to engage on Nexus issues

Blog by Rebecca Welling. This week I represented IUCN Water at the IWA Development Congress in Nairobi, Kenya. Despite the recent events there, the Congress was well attended, with over 1000 water professionals, global companies and institutions gathering to share experiences and knowledge on practical solutions, in particular for improved access to water and sanitation services for urban environments. …  

18 Oct 2013 | News story

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