COP26 Water Climate Discussion Series: Water Adaptation & Resilience

13 May 2021 09:00-10:00, United Kingdom


Introduction
Experts from WaterAid and Water Resources South East (WRSE) will be sharing the latest developments in water-sector adaptation & resilience, required due to the impacts of climate change.

They will also be asking you some big questions - we’re keen to hear about any promising innovations, and also to discuss how we make good science/policy scalable and accessible to all. We’ll be publishing your responses in a report that will shape our continued action in the run up to COP26.

​The climate crisis is driving a need to rethink our approach to water:
  • What does ‘good’ adaptation & resilience look like?
  • Are the principles transferable between areas like SE England & W Africa?
  • How do we translate good science in to good policy & delivery on the ground?
  • How can we better align science, engineering & governance?
  • Is the financial challenge finding the funding or spending it wisely?
  • What are the gaps?
Speakers
  • Lucien Damiba WaterAid, Burkina Faso
  • Trevor Bishop Water Resources South East, United Kingdom

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Royal Society of Chemistry
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