Webinar Series // Water and Climate Coordination: From Commitments to Implementation
The second webinar jointly organised by Cap-Net, UNDP, AGWA, SIWI, Water Governance Facility and GWP aims to share experiences in preparing documents that include climate change related activities, as well as their lessons from addressing commitments found in the first round of NDC’s.
25 February 2021, 13:00 UTC
A 3-part webinar series is held in February and March to strengthen climate and water linkages in national climate action plans such as the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), the National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) and various investment mechanisms. The series is jointly organised by Cap-Net, UNDP, AGWA, SIWI, Water Governance Facility and GWP. It is the second webinar series organised on the theme water and climate - the first round of webinars were held in July 2020.
The webinars aim in particular to highlight climate and water interlinkages and contribute to improve the coordination across climate and water decision-makers and professionals; provide examples of coordination and implantation mechanisms and introduce the financing landscape of climate and water.
The learning objectives are:
- To build awareness and understanding on linkages between climate and water
- To build awareness and understanding on plans and tools to support implementation of water and climate coordination
- To build awareness and understanding on financing mechanisms on climate and water coordination
Session 2: From Commitments to Implementation
In the second webinar, the conversation aims to share experiences in preparing documents that include climate change related activities, as well as their lessons from addressing commitments found in the first round of NDC’s. While it is generally recognised that water and water-related activities were included as priority activities in the first set of NDC’s, with over 80% of NDC’s containing water-related provision, questions remain as to whether the priority was matched during implementation.
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More information on this webinar series and related publications on GWP's website here