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2014 World Water Week
Adrian Puigarnau, SIWI
Water Cooperation –
Building Partnership
World Water Week Numbers
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8 workshops
60 seminars
42 side events
80 closed meetings
271 Conveners
2600 par...
World Water Wek Media Coverage
• Around 110 journalists registered
• Articles published in over 80 countries
• Good repres...
World Water Wek Media Coverage
World Water Wek Media Coverage
Video hub – Live stream
Live viewers:
7.439
on-demand viewers: 46.250
Total viewers:
53.689
Video hub – Live stream
• 13 event live streamed
• Dramatic increse of viewers both live and on-demand!
• Top five live:
E...
Social Media

15.174
#wwweek
316 tweets per hour
Social Media

97.460
likes, shared,
comments

41.4 % of the active users are older than 18-35
Energy and Water
2014 World Water Week
• Energy and Water
• Framework set by the thematic scope

• Interlink between water and energy
Workshops
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Entwined predicaments: Limits facing water and energy
Water, energy, food and ecosystem securi...
Seminars & Side Events
SIWI welcomes all water related event proposals that cover the
broad spectrum of the water communit...
Seminars & Side Events
Selection Criteria
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Multi-disciplinary discussion
Stakeholder diversity
Outputs and imp...
New Elements
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Plenaries
Greener Meetings - Paperless conference
More live streams events
Integration field vis...
Views from the Key Collaborating Partners

Diego Rodriguez, World Bank
Mark Smith, IUCN
Paul Yillia, Sustaniable Energy fo...
Questions/Suggestions

Your comments are welcome!
Thank you!

adrian.puigarnau@siwi.org
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2014 World Water Week by Adrian Puigarnau, Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)

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Presentation on 2014 World Water Week by Adrian Puigarnau, Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), at 2014 UN-Water Annual International Zaragoza Conference. Preparing for World Water Day 2014: Partnerships for improving water and energy access, efficiency and sustainability. 13-16 January 2014.

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2014 World Water Week by Adrian Puigarnau, Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)

  1. 1. 2014 World Water Week Adrian Puigarnau, SIWI
  2. 2. Water Cooperation – Building Partnership
  3. 3. World Water Week Numbers • • • • • • • • 8 workshops 60 seminars 42 side events 80 closed meetings 271 Conveners 2600 participants (25% young professionals) Over 110 countries 120 young professionals Scientific 19% Gov. Agency 18% Private Sector 11% Intergov. Org. 15% Other 11% Media 6% Civil Society 20%
  4. 4. World Water Wek Media Coverage • Around 110 journalists registered • Articles published in over 80 countries • Good representation in:  TV  Radio  News Agencies  Newspapers  Magasines  Web  Social media
  5. 5. World Water Wek Media Coverage
  6. 6. World Water Wek Media Coverage
  7. 7. Video hub – Live stream Live viewers: 7.439 on-demand viewers: 46.250 Total viewers: 53.689
  8. 8. Video hub – Live stream • 13 event live streamed • Dramatic increse of viewers both live and on-demand! • Top five live: Event Opening Plenary Founders Business Seminar How Can Corporate Water Stewardship Partnerships Benefit Society? UN-Water Seminar: Exploring the Water-Energy Nexus Malin Falkenmark Seminar • Average number of viewers: • Average on-demand views: 572 per event 3.558 per event Live On-demand 1.197 6.600 896 3.260 891 830 637 2.851 889 823
  9. 9. Social Media 15.174 #wwweek 316 tweets per hour
  10. 10. Social Media 97.460 likes, shared, comments 41.4 % of the active users are older than 18-35
  11. 11. Energy and Water
  12. 12. 2014 World Water Week • Energy and Water • Framework set by the thematic scope • Interlink between water and energy
  13. 13. Workshops • • • • • • • • Entwined predicaments: Limits facing water and energy Water, energy, food and ecosystem security Sustainable hydropower: The search for common ground Water, energy and urban development: The potential for integrated approaches Mitigation and adaptation measures for climate change: How to converge over energy and water Valuation, economics and finance Integrated water and energy policy and governance Access, poverty and the post-2015 development agenda Deadline for abstracts: 19 January
  14. 14. Seminars & Side Events SIWI welcomes all water related event proposals that cover the broad spectrum of the water community Especial interest in proposals that expand on topics raised in the Thematic Scope : • Challenges and opportunities of unconventional energy sources • Rebound effect and the impact on ecosystems • Economic incentives for energy and water • Water-energy-food trade-offs • Water-energy policy and governance coordination • …
  15. 15. Seminars & Side Events Selection Criteria • • • • • • Multi-disciplinary discussion Stakeholder diversity Outputs and impact Development focus New thinking, findings or approaches Programme format Deadline for proposals: 19 January
  16. 16. New Elements • • • • • • Plenaries Greener Meetings - Paperless conference More live streams events Integration field visits and workshops Electronic posters Young Professionals’ Day
  17. 17. Views from the Key Collaborating Partners Diego Rodriguez, World Bank Mark Smith, IUCN Paul Yillia, Sustaniable Energy for All
  18. 18. Questions/Suggestions Your comments are welcome!
  19. 19. Thank you! adrian.puigarnau@siwi.org

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