Governing the Network, Peter Reiss

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  • It costs about 21000 litres of water to produce 1 kg of roasted coffee. For a standard cup of coffee we require 7 gram of roasted coffee, so that a cup of coffee costs 140 litres of water. Assuming that a standard cup of coffee is 125 ml, we thus need more than 1100 drops of water for producing one drop of coffee. Drinking tea instead of coffee would save a lot of water. For a standard cup of tea of 250 ml we require 30 litres of water. The world population requires about 120 billion cubic metres of water per year in order to be able to drink coffee. This is equivalent to 1.5 times the annual Rhine runoff and constitutes 2 % of the global water use for crop production. International trade in coffee products is responsible for 80 billion cubic meters of virtual water exports, which is about 6% of the international virtual water flows in the world. Among all the crop and livestock products coffee stands at the top position in the list of global virtual water flows.
  • It costs about 21000 litres of water to produce 1 kg of roasted coffee. For a standard cup of coffee we require 7 gram of roasted coffee, so that a cup of coffee costs 140 litres of water. Assuming that a standard cup of coffee is 125 ml, we thus need more than 1100 drops of water for producing one drop of coffee. Drinking tea instead of coffee would save a lot of water. For a standard cup of tea of 250 ml we require 30 litres of water. The world population requires about 120 billion cubic metres of water per year in order to be able to drink coffee. This is equivalent to 1.5 times the annual Rhine runoff and constitutes 2 % of the global water use for crop production. International trade in coffee products is responsible for 80 billion cubic meters of virtual water exports, which is about 6% of the international virtual water flows in the world. Among all the crop and livestock products coffee stands at the top position in the list of global virtual water flows.

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  • 1. BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE NETWORK Founders Committee Board of Directors Executive Committee Thematic Partnerships Interim Management Unit Secretariat
  • 2. = 140 liters of water MENA WNC A Unique Initiative with a Big Mandate Help build an alliance of governments, research, and educational institutions, civil society, and the private sector to resolve water challenges through collaborative research, capacity building, innovation , and knowledge sharing leading to sustainable development and improved livelihoods
  • 3. NOMINATING COMMITTEE Candidates TOR Selection Criteria FOUNDERS COMMITTEE Legal Creation Operation INTERIM MANAGEMENT UNIT Management Thematic Partnership Design Concertation Creation MENA WNC: BUILDING AN ALLIANCE TO ADRESS WATER CHALLENGES AND FOSTER COOPERATION DESIGN, BUILD, INSTITUTIONALIZE and OPERATIONALZE THE MENA NWC
  • 4. Founders Committee (FC) For the creation of MENA WNC
    • FC members represent the views of the key stakeholders:
        •   Government
        • Private sector
        • Civil society
        • Scientific and research community
        • Potential financial partners
    • The committee is composed of 7 or 9 members who serve either as individuals or as representatives of legal entities
  • 5. Founders Committee Mandate
    • Will guide the process that defines and creates the MENA NWC
    • Acquire legal expertise to draft the appropriate legal instruments for creating and operating the Network and validate the legal instruments
    • Finalize the Profile of the MENA NWC : Objectives, legal structure, management, financial and administrative structures, and broad principles of operation
    • legally create the MENA NWC and make it operational
    •  
  • 6. Founders Committee Mandate
    • The first act of the FC will be to prepare and approve its own operating procedures
    • Prepare a strategy for mobilizing funds and launch fundraising activities
    • Nominate members of the Board
    • The mandate of the FC will end when the MENA NWC Board is seated
    • The FC is supported in its work by the Interim Management Unit
  • 7.
    • Nominating committee
    • Process (TDR, Criteria, letter)
    • Next steps
    Nominating Committee Progress
  • 8.
    • Committee members
    • Dr. Rabi Mohtar, Qatar Energy and Environment Research Institute, Qatar Foundation, Qatar
    • Dr. Hani Abu Qdais, Jordan University for Science and Technology, Jordan
    • Dr. Odeh Al-Jayyousi, Royal Scientific Society, Jordan
    • Dr. Ahmed Khater, National Water Research Center, Egypt
    • Dr. Said Ouattar, Institute for Agronomy and Veterinary Science Hassan II, Morocco
    • Ms. Jill Shaunfield, U.S. Department of State, USA
    • Dr. John Wilson, U.S. Agency for International Development, USA
  • 9.
    • Terms of reference for the Founder Committee prepared, sent and validated
    • Letters requesting nominations sent to centers, universities and international organizations
    B. The Process (TOR, letter) Phase 1
  • 10. Nominating Committee Status
    • 12 Candidates
    • From 5 countries
    • 11 from research centers/universities
    • 1 from private sector
    • We need your help to widen the search and speed up the process
  • 11. Finalize FC creation process (Phase 2)
    • Proactive search for candidates by contacting Other stakeholders
    • Profile:
      • Minimum of 20 years of experience in relevant field
      • Knowledge of Middle East water issues
      • Demonstrated team or institutional leadership
      • Personal commitment to serve the Network
      • International recognition and influence
      • Proven fundraising capability and success
    • Next step: Speed up the process (Need your assistance)
      • Deadline for Centers 15 December 2011
      • Stop search 31 January 2012
  • 12. NOMINATING COMMITTEE Candidates TOR Selection Criteria FOUNDERS COMMITTEE Legal Creation Operation INTERIM MANAGEMENT UNIT Management Thematic Partnership Design Concertation Creation MENA WNC: BUILDING AN ALLIANCE TO ADRESS WATER CHALLENGES AND FOSTER COOPERATION DESIGN, BUILD, INSTITUTIONALIZE and OPERATIONALZE THE MENA NWC
  • 13. Executive Committee
    • Membership by country
    • Communicates with FC/BD on behalf of TPs
    • Consolidates Thematic Partnership plans and budgets
    • Prepares annual work plan for FC/BD approval
    • Approves new Thematic Partnerships
    • Provides feedback to FC/BD
  • 14. Goals
    • Encourage new ideas and innovation
    • Expand participation
    • Reduce bureaucracy
    • Be realistic about work loads and deadlines
    • Focus on substantive contributions
  • 15. Steering Committee
    • Membership by Center
    • Helps develop research agenda for coming year
    • Identifies areas for collaboration
    • Concurs with annual work plan prepared by Secretariat
    • Provides feedback to FC/BD