07 Sep Listen to the river: Lessons from a global review of environmental flow success stories
Date: Monday, 18 September
Building on the conclusions of Listen to the river, the session will seek new knowledge and ideas that WWF and other organisations can use to stimulate successful e-flow implementation elsewhere. Specifically, we will be seeking thoughts from panellists and the audience on measures that can be included the global action agenda for environmental flows that will be developed following the Riversymposium, in conjunction with the revised 2017 Brisbane Declaration.
13:30: Welcome and introduction (Bill Young, World Bank)
13:40: Listen to the river: A precis (Dave Tickner, WWF)
13:50: Case studies: The Ganga, Yangtze and Mara Rivers (Nitin Kaushal, WWF-India; Robert Speed, Badu Advisory)
14:10: Panel discussion: Who should do what, by when? Building a global agenda for e-flows (Frank Radstake, Asian Development Bank; Rebecca Tharme, Riverfutures; Nitin Kaushal; Robert Speed; facilitated by Bill Young)
14:50: Conclusion: What next? (Bill Young, Dave Tickner)