GWP-IWMI collaboration: synergies for food security - CP meeting Day 2

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GWP-IWMI collaboration: synergies for food security - CP meeting Day 2

  1. 1. GWP-IWMI collaboration: synergies for food securityby Eline BoeleeStockholm, 19 August 2011<br />
  2. 2. Future collaboration IWMI-GWP<br />New CGIAR Research Program 5 (CRP5): Water, Land and Ecosystems<br /><ul><li>Addressing interrelated global challenges
  3. 3. Water scarcity
  4. 4. Land degradation
  5. 5. Loss of ecosystem services
  6. 6. Goal: sustainably improve livelihoods, reduce poverty, and ensure food security</li></li></ul><li>CGIAR Research Program 5<br />Water, Land and Ecosystems<br />Submitted by on behalf of<br />
  7. 7. Draft food security strategy<br />Collaboration with IWMI mainly at global level<br />Water for food security<br />Implementing recommendations from Comprehensive Assessment<br />Revitalizing irrigation<br />Integration with other sectors to increase productivity<br />Environmental sustainability: trade-offs and ecosystem services<br />Research + networking = impact?<br />Future collaboration, also with CPWF, in CRP5 Water, Land and Ecosystems<br />
  8. 8. GWP in CRP5<br />IWRM in CRP5<br />GWP network can enhance impact <br />at various levels<br />Under the 5 Strategic Research Portfolios<br />Mainstreaming ecosystem services<br />Water for food -> Water for agroecosystem services<br />Not only provisioning services (food, water supply)<br />But also other ecosystem services: regulating, cultural and supporting<br />Increased environmental sustainability and resilience<br />
  9. 9. Water for agroecosystems<br />Cultural services<br /><ul><li>Heritage
  10. 10. Livestock assets
  11. 11. Tourism</li></ul>Provisioning services (separate or combined)<br /><ul><li>Food crops
  12. 12. Aquaculture
  13. 13. Fodder
  14. 14. Fiber
  15. 15. Fuel
  16. 16. Domestic uses (bathing and drinking)
  17. 17. Agro-industry</li></ul>Regulatory services<br /><ul><li>Water flow regulation
  18. 18. Erosion regulation
  19. 19. Greenhouse gasses regulation
  20. 20. Pollination
  21. 21. Climate regulation</li></ul>Equity<br />Resilience<br />Environmental sustainability<br /><ul><li>Supporting services
  22. 22. Nutrient cycling
  23. 23. Soil formation
  24. 24. Ecosystem resilience
  25. 25. Mitigation of climate change</li></ul>Agroecosystems for Water<br />
  26. 26. GWP in CRP5 - specific<br /><ul><li>Irrigation and Groundwater
  27. 27. Ecosystem services in IWRM
  28. 28. Network partners
  29. 29. Basins and Landscapes - CPWF
  30. 30. Resource Recovery
  31. 31. Wastewater irrigation for food security and for downstream environment
  32. 32. Reuse of nutrients
  33. 33. Rainfed and pastoral systems – all water sources
  34. 34. Information – exchange
  35. 35. Impact pathways</li></li></ul><li>Multiple Paths to Impact<br />Focus on clients – farmer and community perspectives; different needs of women, men, youth<br />Regional integration – to solve local problems<br />Focal countries – for policy and investment support<br />Partnership networks<br />Global and regional engagement<br />Capacity building<br />
  36. 36. Follow up<br /><ul><li>CRP5 proposal under revision
  37. 37. More concrete planning to follow in 2012
  38. 38. Collaboration on concrete activities under the Strategic Research Portfolios
  39. 39. Finalizing on-going work
  40. 40. Development of new activities
  41. 41. Coordination and communication
  42. 42. Suggestions welcome</li></li></ul><li>GWP with IWMI in CRP5THANK YOU<br />

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