This Global Conference (flyer is available here) will introduce key elements of the bottom-up approaches for climate-resilient water resources management by bringing together a High-level Science Policy Panel to discuss the contrasting paradigms of bottom-up vs. top-down approaches, and three discussion panels where it will be highlighted the role of bottom-up approaches to incorporate climate risks into decision making, how to deal with the uncertainty of hydroclimatic events, and the role of water as a climate connector.
The necessary policies and institutional capacities to incorporate these approaches within national and international climate programmes will be a central part of the discussion, and the outcomes of the Conference are expected to contribute positively to the water-related discussions to be held at COP26, that will take place from 31 October to 12 November 2021, in Glasgow (United Kingdom).
To register for the conference, please refer to the conference website or register here.
You will then receive a personalized link and password which is valid for the 3 days of the event.
The webinar will take place in English, with live French interpretation.