The Water Diplomat

  1. In this conversation with OOSKAnews Publisher David Duncan, Munger describes the founding ideas behind creation of the Geneva Water Hub of which he was principal developer; the need to link water with peace; global challenges contributing to rising tensions and risk of conflicts regarding water; Geneva Water Hub’s contribution to the Global High Level for Water and Peace; how the Global Panel Report “A Matter of Survival” contributes to global thinking about water, peace and security linkages and next steps for the Geneva Water Hub.

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  2. OOSKAnews Publisher David Duncan is in conversation with Dr Susanne Schmeier, Senior Lecturer in Water Law and Diplomacy at the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, the world's largest international graduate water education facility. Schmeier leads for IHE Delft in the collaborative "Water, Peace and Security initiative" which is pioneering development of innovative information tools and practical approaches that can support evidence-based actions to reduce water-related security risks.

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  3. OOSKAnews Publisher David Duncan is in conversation with Jayantika Kutty, Research Analyst at the Strategic Foresight Group (SFG).. Kutty is part of the research team producing "Blue Peace Bulletins", a monthly SFG publication which highlights issues related to water and violence in different geographic regions.

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  4. In conversation with OOSKAnews Publisher David Duncan, Charles Iceland, WRI's Director, Global and National Water Initiatives, talks about global water risk, threats, conflict, migration and food security. Where will the next water war erupt? Why are the US and Russia hold-outs over new water-conflict monitoring? Are Central-American refugee families making their way to the US because of water stress? Are we all going all to hell in a handbasket?

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  5. In November 2018, 40 years of cooperation between Switzerland and France on the transboundary Genevois Aquifer were celebrated. OOSKAnews Publisher David Duncan caught up in Geneva with Alice Aureli, Chief of Groundwater Systems and Settlements Section, UNESCO Water Sciences Division. In this audio interview, Aureli describes the functions of UNESCO's International Hydrological Program and her Groundwater Systems and Settlements Section; the importance of groundwater resources as the planet's climate changes; the technical and governance challenges of shared, transboundary groundwater resources around the world; and the lessons that can be learned from the success story of the Genevois Aquifer.

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Welcome to The Water Diplomat Vimeo Channel. The Water Diplomat is a free monthly news and intelligence resource produced by OOSKAnews, Inc and The Geneva Water Hub. The Geneva Water Hub builds bridges to prevent and resolve water-related conflicts, promoting…


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Welcome to The Water Diplomat Vimeo Channel. The Water Diplomat is a free monthly news and intelligence resource produced by OOSKAnews, Inc and The Geneva Water Hub. The Geneva Water Hub builds bridges to prevent and resolve water-related conflicts, promoting the use of water as an instrument of peace. OOSKAnews is the world's leading publisher of current international water, and water-related news and intelligence.

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