On Thursday July 5, 2018, NLandscape and the Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP) are co-hosting a knowledge event on Water & Landscapes. On this full day, out in the beautiful landscape of the Biesbosch and the Noordwaard, partners from both the water and the landscape sector have the opportunity to connect and learn.
Aim of the day
The role of water in landscapes is crucial, just as water is part of a wider landscape. In order to emphasize this connection, the Platform NLandscape and NWP have joined forces to host an inspiring day for forward thinkers in both the landscape and water sector to connect. To inspire new opportunities for collaboration, (inter)national cases will be presented that show how water and landscapes are integrated and how cooperation between partners in both sectors can lead to fruitful results in international cooperation. The formation of new partnerships and closer collaboration are in line with the (inter)national policies towards integrated approaches as formulated in SDG’s or the new Dutch policy for International Cooperation. Of course, there will be plenty of time to enjoy the landscape during a walk, get to know each other and explore new opportunities for collaboration!
09.00 Pick-up at Dordrecht Station (the location is somewhat remote, so therefore the organization offers the opportunity to be picked up by bus at Dordrecht Station)
10.00 Arrival at Biesbosch MuseumEiland
– Opening at the Biesbosch MuseumEiland
– Introductory key note speech
10.30 Going out into the field
– Presentation of a national case (Noordwaard, Haringvliet and NL Delta)
12.30 Lunch at Biesbosch MuseumEiland
13.30 Presentation of an international case (Ziway-Shalla Basin, Ethiopia)
14.30 Learnings and follow-up, moderated by NWP
15.30 Closure of the program and networking drinks
16.00 Departure from Biesbosch MuseumEiland
16.45 Back at Dordrecht Station
The program is still subject to minor changes. Updates will be posted on the event page: http://www.nlandscape.nl/event/knowledge-event-water-and-landscapes.
If you would like to join, please register via this link before June 28: places are expected to fill quickly!
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