WISER Webinar: Ten Principles for Good Co-Production in African Weather and Climate Services

Dear Colleagues

You are invited to attend the second public webinar hosted by the WISER programme entitled:

Ten Principles for Good Co-Production in African Weather and Climate Services

This webinar will share ten principles for good co-production of African weather and climate services with examples from case studies. Co-production in this context brings together users and producers of weather and climate information with the aim of improving the usefulness of a particular weather or climate service.

Coastal Hazard Wheel

The Coastal Hazard Wheel is as a universal coastal adaptation system to address all coastal challenges simultaneously. It can be used as a complete coastal language and aims to boost adaptation action and bridge the gap between scientists, policy-makers and the general public. It is based on a new coastal classification system and functions as a key for classifying a particular coastal location, determining its hazard profile, identifying relevant management options and communicating coastal information.

Infographic: Surat City Resilience Strategy

Cities are engines of economic growth. Rapid urbanisation has resulted in growing challenges to urban systems and their associated vulnerability. These challenges may possibly be exacerbated with events of extreme temperature, severe rainfall, intense cyclonic storms and extended droughts. Such climate variability and climate change may impact our natural resources, health, quality of life, and viable urban development.

Peri-urban lakes restoration and conservation to create emergency water management options

The City Development Plan of Indore states that “increasing population pressure is resulting in deterioration of infrastructure facilities, loss of productive agricultural lands, green open spaces, loss of surface water bodies, depletion of groundwater aquifer zones, air pollution, water contamination, health hazards and many micro-climatic changes.” The main objective of this TARU Leading Edge project is “Ensuring availability of local water resources during emergencies.” This would be achieved by developing replicable model for peri-urban lake rejuvenation and conservation.

Conjunctive Water Management

Conjunctive Water Management (CWM) of local and distant sources is necessary to manage the ever growing crisis of urban water supplies. CWM emphasises understanding the demand and meeting it through a judicious mix of the local as well as distant sources based on quality, availability and cost. The CWM framework, prepared by TARU Leading Edge, further emphasizes demand focused end use of water (low quality water used for low end uses whereas high quality water for high end uses). 


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