This dialogue series will create momentum across the Australian water sector on water and climate action including the use of traditional and Indigenous knowledge as we head towards the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP27, the UN 2023 Water Conference and beyond.
In coming months, three participatory dialogues will be held to encourage sharing, listening and conversation on the opportunities, challenges, and possible solutions for improving the integration of western science with traditional and indigenous science and practices for better water adaptation planning across the region. Each subsequent dialogue will be developed and adapted based on participants’ discussions, interests and continuous feedback throughout the dialogue series.
Dialogue 3 | 15 March 2023
The aim of the third dialogue is to link First Nations, local and traditional water knowledge to SDG6, as we approach the mid-term conference for the decade on water and the UN 2023 Water Conference. We’d like to understand the role that First Nations and community knowledge can play in the international water development architecture. Speakers for this session will be listed shortly.
Register your interest here for the 3rd Dialogue in the Sharing Water and Climate Stories series.
For more information about AWP work in this space including a recording of our past dialogues, see our Water and Climate webpage.
AWP is hosting a dialogue series on Sharing Water and Climate Stories from August 2022 – April 2023 to bring together water managers across Australia and the Indo-Pacific, Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to share stories of their water resource management and climate adaptation journey. This dialogue series will create momentum across the Australian water sector […]Online email@example.com