|Title:||Lessons from Public-Private-Civil Society Partnerships to Address Shared Water Risk|
|Time:||14:00 - 17:30|
|Convenor:||Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany (BMZ) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)|
|Co-convenor:||SABMiller, The Coca-Cola Company, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), UN Global Compact and United Nations CEO Water Mandate|
14:00 Chair's Opening and Introduction.
14:10 Water as a Business Risk and the Corporate Case for Action.
14:15 Shared Water Risks from the Conservation Perspective.
14:20 The Water Futures Partnership - The Global-local Approach to Addressing Water Risk.
Water Stewardship in Action: Short Case Studies
14:35 Galvanising Collective Action for Aquifer Sustainability in Peru.
14:45 Supply Chains and Ecosystems: Shared Resilience in the Face of Water Scarcity in the Western Cape.
14:55 Partnerships for Shared Water Security - Experiences from the Mining sector.
15:05 The Water-Energy Nexus and Business Case for Investing in Public Infrastructure.
15:15 Discussion with panel
15:45 Coffee Break
Distilling Lessons from Implementation
16:10 A Critical Look at Lessons from the Water Futures Partnership and Other Water Stewardship Approaches.
16:20 Launch of the CEO Water Mandate Guide to Collective Action.
Looking Forward: Water Stewardship's Role in Water Security and Opportunities to Engage
16:40 Getting More Effective: A Vision for Partnerships to Address Shared Water Risks.
16:45 What Role Can Water Stewardship Play in Southern Africa's Water Security?
16:55 Opportunities to Engage: The Water Futures Initiative.
17:05 Discussion with Panel
17:25 Concluding Remarks and Close.
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