NoWNET organizes a webinar in the WWWeek At Home
on 27th August 10am CET (17:00 Japan time)!
WWWeek At Home is a new series of virtual sessions that lets anyone tap into the knowledge of some of the greatest water and climate experts. It was born as the alternative area of the regular World Water Week, which had to be cancelled due to COVID-19 and as an umbrella under which organizations can host virtual adaptations of their World Water Week-approved sessions. The programme covers no less than 120 sessions on a broad range of topics between 24th – 28th August 2020. All sessions are open to anyone, free of charge.
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Japan Water Forum, Secretariat of NoWNET, will organize a webinar entitled “Co-Benefits of Implementing NBS for Water Resources and Flood Risk Management” with NoWNET members on 27th August 2020 10 am CET (17:00 Japan time).
This session will share practices and lessons learned from the NoWNET members’ countries regarding Nature-based Solution (NBS) to address water management, flood risk management, and nature conservation in the context of climate change. It includes ways to:
– integrate green infrastructure aspects into existing water and river basin management,
– identify and manage interactions between water, energy, land use, and ecosystem,
– ensure multi-stakeholders’ approaches and their support
– evaluate co-benefits and trade-off methods to assist decision-making, and
– overcome barriers related to the institutional frameworks.
|10:00 – 10:02||Introduction of the NoWNET and this session|
|10:02 – 10:27||Cases from NoWNET member countries|
– Republic of Korea
|10:27 – 10:42||Panel Discussion & Interaction with the audience|
– Panelist: Above presenters
|10:42- 10:45||Summary and Wrap up|
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▼Report of the session will be posted on NoWNET website▼
NoWNET is a network of country level water partnerships in Europe, Japan and the Republic of Korea for exchanging experiences and good practices to address water challenges, interacting with multi-stakeholders. It was initiated by the World Water Council (WWC), Global Water Partnership (WWC), and the Steering Committee of the 3rd World Water Forum held in Japan in 2003.
NoWNET members (11 organizations): –
JWF has maintained a role as the secretariat ever since its launch.
(Reported by Yumiko Asayama, Manager)