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Agenda

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Guidance on Water and Adaptation to Climate ChangePDFPDF
Guide to Implementing the Water ConventionPDFPDF
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Climate change impacts on water resources and adaptation needs

Mr. Roman Corobov, consultant, the Republic of Moldova

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International water law: key principles and provisions

Mr. Sergei Vinogradov, University of Dundee/UNESCO Center for Water Science, Policy and Law

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Principal obligations under the Water Convention

Ms. Iulia Trombitcaia, UNECE 

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Principal obligations under the Protocol on Water and Health

Ms. Francesca Bernardini, Co-Secretary to the Protocol, UNECE

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International water law and climate change

Mr. Sergei Vinogradov, University of Dundee/UNESCO Center for Water Science, Policy and Law

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How the Water Convention and its Protocol help in climate change adaptation: the Guidance on Water and Adaptation to Climate Change

Ms. Sonja Koeppel, UNECE

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Protocol on Water and Health and adaptation to climate change and extreme weather events

Ms. Francesca Bernardini, UNECE 

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Joint bodies for transboundary water cooperation and their role in adaptation

Ms. Iulia Trombitcaia, UNECE

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Sava Basin

Mr. Dejan Komatina, Secretary, International Sava River Basin Commission

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Dniester Basin

Mr. Roman Corobov, consultant, the Republic of Moldova

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Chu-Talas Basin climate change pilot project

Mr. Ryspek Apasov, National Manager of EU/UNDP IWRM project in Kyrgyzstan

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Project activities on transboundary water cooperation

Mr. Erkin Orolbayev, consultant

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A two-day national seminar on strengthening transboundary water cooperation and adaptation to climate change is organised in cooperation with the State Committee on Water Management and Melioration of the Kyrgyz Republic in the framework of the programme "Regional Dialogue and Cooperation on Water Resources Management in Central Asia" financed by the Government of Germany through GIZ as part of the Berlin Water Process.