Participation at the SIWI World Water Week Conference
Colleagues from the GLOMOS Center and the Institute for Earth Observation joined forces with four United Nations University institutes on the occasion of the SIWI World Water Week Conference to host an interactive session on resilient water management systems and stakeholder engagement.
Specifically, GLOMOS and EO collaborated with colleagues at UNU-EHS on a breakout session that took place on August 23rd, entitled: How do the interactions between highland-lowland systems impact water management and resilience, including transboundary contexts?
The session gathered participants’ expertise on the many stakeholders and users who are affected by water management in highland areas. Barriers to sustainable water management were identified – and practical solutions proposed.
The findings from the session will feed into GLOMOS’s research on catchment management for sustainable livelihoods in highland and lowland communities.
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