The list or resources as well as sponsorships will be listed on this page. We will also list links to web sites and documentation for more information.
June 2011: New map showing the possibility of a famine catastrophe: http://www.fews.net/Pages/default.aspx
May 19, 2011: About “Global Weirding”
March 6, 2011: Coastal cities prepare for rising sea levels
From , May 12 2010: “Nile nations split on proposed water-sharing pact”
May 21, 2009: AFRICA: Coastal populations at risk as climate changes
Telegraph: Prince Charles, March 13, 2009 “Global warming has reached a 'defining moment,' ”
World Water Week, Stockholm, August 2011:
Sustainability of Water Footprints: From Assessment to Strategic Response┬ with Water Footprint Network, Coca Cola Europe, Swedish Textile Water Initiative, The Nature Conservancy, Pegasys, Natura, LimnoTech.
Corporate Water Risk Management: Seeking Solutions with Ceres, Global Environmental Management Initiative, The Nature Conservancy, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and the World Resources Institute.
World Water Day 2012 and Water and Food Security: Call for Solutions with FAO Rome, UNESCO, Stockholm Environmental Institute, King’s College London, International Council of Youth, Women for Water Partnership, SIWI, Value Chain Development, University of Nebraska, WWF, World Bank, Global Water Partnership, and more.
Science and Tools for Freshwater Conservation in an Urbanizing World with The Nature Conservancy, Conservation International, Antea Group, Escuela Superior Polit├©cnica del Litoral, Potsdam Institute, SEI, IUCN, King's College London and more.
Understanding the Opportunities for Entrepreneurs in Getting Sustainable Services to the Poor with Building Partnerships for Development in Water and Sanitation, Water for People, Stockholm Environment Institute and more.
Which Water Quality for Which Uses? A Regulators' and Practitioners' Perspective with United Nations Environment Programme, UNESCO, World Health Organisation, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, French National Committee of International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage & French Chapter of the International Water Association.
Water & Climate in Focus: Effective adaptation across political, social and institutional boundaries with Alliance for Global Water Adaptation, Conservation International, European Investment Bank, Gesellschaft f˙r Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, KfW Entwicklungsbank, Stockholm Environment Institute, The Nature Conservancy and World Bank.
Don’t miss these resources in the Water Risk and Strategy Working Group:
AMAP - Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme
More about IFPRI (International Food Policy Research Institute)
About: Clinton Foundation
About: Plan Bleu
Norway: Melting Ice: Regional Dramas, Global Wake-Up Call, 28 April 2009
Climate Congress, Copenhagen, 10-12 March 2009
UNESCO Water Report, March 2009:
Future East Geeenland runoff acceleration: Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges and Decisions, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science 6 (2009) 012011 (PDF format)
From 23. July 2008
Claverton online: How to pump water