WaterCoRe - Regional governance of water scarcity and drought issues (AG042)

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WaterCoRe - Regional governance of water scarcity and drought issues (AG042)

The WaterCoRe Action Group on regional governance of water scarcity and drought issues centres around the implementation of Regional Action Plans that are intended to improve water governance in practice, with a focus on connecting institutions in different domains and on different levels of scale (multilevel governance).

The Action Group supports creating a sense of urgency and drivers for change (leadership), design and implementation of new arrangements for cooperation (including public-private partnerships and business opportunities) and will provide a knowledge exchange and best practices network, consisting of administrations and other representatives of seven European regions.

The following Organisations participate in this Action Group:

Ministry of Environment, Energy, Agriculture and Consumer Protection of Hessen; Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Environment of the Government of Aragon; General Directorate for Environment and for Soil and Coast Protection of Emilia-Romagna; Ministry of Rural Development; General Council of Herault; Agency of Environment and Geology of Hessen; Aragonese Water Institute; Environmental Agency of Emilia-Romagna; Lower Tisza District Water Directorate; National Meteorological Administration;  Environmental Protection Agency Covasna; Regional Environmental Center; University of Liverpool; Knowledge Transfer Partnership on Water; University of Tilburg - Telos Institute for sustainable development (in cooperation with the Simon Fraser University); Radboud University Nijmegen - Geography, Spatial Planning and Environment Department (in cooperation with University of Wageningen - Public Administration and Policy Group); University of Bologna - Department of Agricultural Sciences; Deltares - Policy and Planning Department (in cooperation with Alterra); Blue! Advancing European projects

 

Business Development Group ( BDGroup) is...

Mr. Fleischmann is part of the EIP Water...

Born in Bologna (Italy) on 26th June 1970. I...

Expert for EU financing opportunities -...

Key activity is monitoring and improving regional...

Gerald Jan Ellen Msc. graduated in 1999 from the...

Born in Huesca (Spain) on 31st January 1981....

I worked in different departments of the...

Born in Zaragoza (Spain) on 11th April 1975....

Senior advisor Water Management and Climate Change

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8th September 2014

The Implementation Canvas is a simple, easy to use tool that can be used by consultants or research institutes to support local governments and water authorities to implement long term and short adaptation strategies and policies. The canvas creates the possibility to integrate the perspectives...

3rd September 2014

One of the forces driving the successful implementation of  projects is leadership. To make this often abstract topic more tangible and applicable we developed a practical leadership framework. The framework distinguishes between various leadership functions which together contribute to climate...

3rd September 2014

In April 2014 the action group partners met in the House of the Dutch Provinces in Brussels. Aim of the meeting was to share the first results of the learning approach to the governance of implementation and to discuss further actions.

3rd September 2014

The climate is always changing. Government organization, NGO’s and companies are becoming more aware that they need to act on this development. Barriers such as a lack of urgency and a shrinking budgetary means are the cause that the actual implementation of adaptation strategies is a difficult...

3rd September 2014

In January 2014 the Provincie of Noord-Brabant and the Radboud University Nijmegen organised a short series of workshops focusing on the instrument of Group Model Building. Group Model Building is a form of group decision making support, in which stakeholders work together in order to solve a...

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WaterCoRe - Regional governance of water scarcity and drought issues (AG042)

The WaterCoRe Action Group on regional governance of water scarcity and drought issues centres around the implementation of Regional Action Plans that are intended to improve water governance in practice, with a focus on connecting institutions in different domains and on different levels of scale (multilevel governance).

The Action Group supports creating a sense of urgency and drivers for change (leadership), design and implementation of new arrangements for cooperation (including public-private partnerships and business opportunities) and will provide a knowledge exchange and best practices network, consisting of administrations and other representatives of seven European regions.

The following Organisations participate in this Action Group:

Ministry of Environment, Energy, Agriculture and Consumer Protection of Hessen; Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Environment of the Government of Aragon; General Directorate for Environment and for Soil and Coast Protection of Emilia-Romagna; Ministry of Rural Development; General Council of Herault; Agency of Environment and Geology of Hessen; Aragonese Water Institute; Environmental Agency of Emilia-Romagna; Lower Tisza District Water Directorate; National Meteorological Administration;  Environmental Protection Agency Covasna; Regional Environmental Center; University of Liverpool; Knowledge Transfer Partnership on Water; University of Tilburg - Telos Institute for sustainable development (in cooperation with the Simon Fraser University); Radboud University Nijmegen - Geography, Spatial Planning and Environment Department (in cooperation with University of Wageningen - Public Administration and Policy Group); University of Bologna - Department of Agricultural Sciences; Deltares - Policy and Planning Department (in cooperation with Alterra); Blue! Advancing European projects

 

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Business Development Group ( BDGroup) is...

Mr. Fleischmann is part of the EIP Water...

Born in Bologna (Italy) on 26th June 1970. I...

Expert for EU financing opportunities -...

Key activity is monitoring and improving regional...

Gerald Jan Ellen Msc. graduated in 1999 from the...

Born in Huesca (Spain) on 31st January 1981....

I worked in different departments of the...

Born in Zaragoza (Spain) on 11th April 1975....

Senior advisor Water Management and Climate Change

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8th September 2014

The Implementation Canvas is a simple, easy to use tool that can be used by consultants or research institutes to support local governments and water authorities to implement long term and short adaptation strategies and policies. The canvas creates the possibility to integrate the perspectives...

3rd September 2014

One of the forces driving the successful implementation of  projects is leadership. To make this often abstract topic more tangible and applicable we developed a practical leadership framework. The framework distinguishes between various leadership functions which together contribute to climate...

3rd September 2014

In April 2014 the action group partners met in the House of the Dutch Provinces in Brussels. Aim of the meeting was to share the first results of the learning approach to the governance of implementation and to discuss further actions.

3rd September 2014

The climate is always changing. Government organization, NGO’s and companies are becoming more aware that they need to act on this development. Barriers such as a lack of urgency and a shrinking budgetary means are the cause that the actual implementation of adaptation strategies is a difficult...

3rd September 2014

In January 2014 the Provincie of Noord-Brabant and the Radboud University Nijmegen organised a short series of workshops focusing on the instrument of Group Model Building. Group Model Building is a form of group decision making support, in which stakeholders work together in order to solve a...