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Event
3 June 2020

Finding robust solutions for water and food security in the face of COVID-19

Join this webinar on 3 June at 09:00 PDT to hear perspectives on how to plan and manage robust solutions for water and food security to reduce vulnerabilities for both humans and ecosystems.

Robust solutions for water management are crucial for food security and resilience.

Photo: USAID Africa Bureau / Wikipedia Commons.

Robust solutions for water management are crucial for food security and resilience.

How can we better understand and plan for the impacts of COVID-19 on water and food security? What solutions for water and food security are robust during a time of crisis? Focusing on three on-going projects in the Middle East, North Africa and Latin America this webinar on 3 June at 09:00 PDT will explore the implications of COVID-19 on global water and food security, and how water planning can best incorporate the critical uncertainties that pandemics bring. Join this webinar and learn about robust solutions for water and food security in the face of COVID-19.

 

Agenda

Introduction
Marisa Escobar, Water Program Director, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)

Panel discussion
Lahcen Kenny, PhD, Professor, Departement d’Horticulture, Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan II, Agadir, Morocco.
Laura Forni, Senior Scientist, Equality in Water Management in Bolivia, SEI.
Kim Andersson, Senior Expert, Sanitation Global Perspective, SEI.
Newsha Ajami, Director of Urban Water Policy, Water in the West.
Marta Echavarría, Director of Ecodecision.

Moderated by Annette Huber-Lee, Senior Scientist, SEI

Q&A

Moderated by Brian Joyce, Senior Scientist, SEI.

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Times

From 3 June 2020 at 18:00 to 3 June 2020 at 19:15

Venue

Online

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emily.yehle@sei.org