Congratulations to Stockholm Water Week for bringing faith-based community leaders to the #WorldWaterWeek, including Rabbi Awraham Soetendorp, President of Green Cross Netherlands. On the subject of water, a Vatican cardinal, a female muslim professor, a buddhist monk, a jewish rabbi, a hindu faith group leader, and a representative of the World Council of Churches all speak with one voice.Read more news on #WWWeek: ow.ly/3QTk303HXsD World Water Week in Stockholm Green Cross Sweden Marie-Laure Vercambre ... See MoreSee Less
Good side event Sunday at World Water Week in Stockholm on "The surprising benefits from transboundary cooperation". Marc Goichot from WWF gave a vibrant example of how these benefits are not optimized in the #Mekong Basin: following the construction of ill-conceived dams, 1.5 football pitches of land is lost to the sea every day due to the reduction in sediment flow reaching the Mekong Delta.Marie-Laure Vercambre Green Cross Sweden Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) #WWWeekMore on Green Cross and transboundary water here: ow.ly/ksCi303G5Mf ... See MoreSee Less
“Large parts of the world are struggling to adapt to a drier reality, but challenges are especially dire in Africa’s drylands. Africa’s #climate is its Achilles Heel” - Professor Malin Falkenmark#WorldWaterWeek #WWWeek Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)www.worldwaterweek.org/water-and-climate-experts-call-for-green-water-initiative-in-africa/ ... See MoreSee Less
World Water Week in Stockholm | Water and climate experts call for Green Water Initiative in Africa
Press release | 28 August Wate...