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Improving water resilience from diagnosis to delivery - WWWeek2019

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These slides are from the session hosted at World Water Week 2019 where the City Water Resilience approach was featured and the methodology was presented.
Speakers include Dr Fred Boltz, Water Ambassador, the Resilience Shift, and Water Lead, Global Center for Adaptation, Louise Ellis, Arup and the Resilience Shift, Maria-Angelica Sotomayor, World Bank, Trevor Bishop, Water Resources South East, Hardeep Anand, Miami Dade County Water and Sewer Dept., Mark Fletcher, Arup, Katrin Bruebach, 100 Resilient Cities, and Panchali Saikia, SIWI.

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Improving water resilience from diagnosis to delivery - WWWeek2019

  1. 1. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Water Resilience - from Diagnosis to Delivery Approaches for Building Water Resilience Louise Ellis, Arup and the Resilience Shift Keynote: A City Perspective Hardeep Anand, Miami Dade County Water and Sewer Dept. Utilities Perspective Trevor Bishop, Water Resources South East Multi-lateral Financing Institution Perspective Maria-Angelica Sotomayor, World Bank Round Table Mark Fletcher, Arup, and Presenters + Katrin Bruebach, 100 Resilient Cities Panchali Saikia, SIWI Welcome by Dr Fred Boltz Water Ambassador, the Resilience Shift, and Water Lead, Global Center for Adaptation Stockholm World Water Week 2019
  2. 2. Photo: Shutterstock
  3. 3. sustaining an Earth system suitable for humanity to thrive
  4. 4. Photo: Alex MacLean build the resilience of human systems – agriculture, energy, cities, economies
  5. 5. water is vital to both Photo: Edward Burtynsky
  6. 6. climate change will drive Earth system change through water
  7. 7. launched in October 2018, and led by: managing partners: 33 commissioners include: heads of state, local government leaders, international organizations, civil society organizations and private companies the Global Commission on Adaptation goals: • Increase political will • Champion bold solutions • Accelerate adaptation action Ban Ki-Moon Bill Gates Kristalina Georgieva 8th Secretary General Co-founder, Bill and Melinda CEO of the United Nations Gates Foundation World Bank Group
  8. 8. water and human systems have co- evolved representative actions resilient basins
  9. 9. Phto: Gerhard van Roon resilient cities
  10. 10. City Water Resilience Approach
  11. 11. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Agenda Introduction: Approaches for Building Water Resilience Louise Ellis Arup & The Resilience Shift Keynote: A City Perspective Hardeep Anand Miami Dade County Water & Sewer Department Utilities Perspective Trevor Bishop Water Resources South East Multi-lateral Financing Institution Perspective Maria-Angelica Sotomayor World Bank Round Table Mark Fletcher, Arup Presenters + Katrin Bruebach, 100 Resilient Cities Panchali Saikia, SIWI
  12. 12. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Introduction: Approaches for Building Water Resilience Louise Ellis Associate, Arup and The Resilience Shift
  13. 13. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Timeline of Resilience Tools and Approaches 2012 201720152013 2014 2016 Welsh Water 2018 2019 City Water Resilience Approach
  14. 14. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Welsh Water Resilience Framework & Welsh Water 2050 Strategy Welsh Water Resilience Framework
  15. 15. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Yorkshire Water Systems Resilience Assessment
  16. 16. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Stakeholders
  17. 17. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Inclusive and transparent Brings together different perspectives from water and city stakeholders and encourages collective action Systems-based Takes account of inter-dependencies with other systems Holistic Includes leadership and strategy, planning and finance, infrastructure and ecosystems and personal, household and community resilience Action-oriented Encourages the ownership, development and progression of actions to improve water resilience Scalable and global Scalable from towns through to mega cities and applicable to a global context Principles of the City Water Resilience Approach
  18. 18. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Supported by: Project Partners: Steering Group: A Collaborative Approach
  19. 19. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP CITY WATER RESILIENCE FRAMEWORK ASSESSMENT TOOL Co-Creating the City Water Resilience Approach
  20. 20. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Fieldwork Overview Fieldwork in eight cities with direct engagement of more than 700 people Engaging with City Stakeholders
  21. 21. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP 1577 factors 56 sub-goals 12 goals City Water Resilience Framework 62 qualitative indicators 40 quantitative indicators Development of the City Water Resilience Framework
  22. 22. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP City Water Resilience Approach City Water Resilience FrameworkCity Water Resilience Approach OurWater Governance Tool
  23. 23. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Implementation
  24. 24. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Step 1: Understand the system OurWater Governance Tool
  25. 25. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Step 2: Assess urban water resilience
  26. 26. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Step 2: Assess the urban water resilience Cape Town Water Resilience Profile Greater Miami and Beaches Water Resilience Profile
  27. 27. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Step 2: Assess the urban water resilience • Coordination between upstream water stakeholders and city systems providers • Data-driven decisions in times of disaster and in long-term planning • Community engagement including vulnerable communities • Making the case for resilience investments • Incorporating the principles of water sensitive urban design / green infrastructure • Protection of surface water and ground water including data, regulation and enforcement
  28. 28. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Step 3 & 4: Develop & implement an action plan
  29. 29. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Step 3: Develop an action plan
  30. 30. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Community of Practice: Call to Action!
  31. 31. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Keynote: A City Perspective Hardeep Anand Deputy Director, Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department
  32. 32. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP WATER RESILIENCE CHALLENGES FOR THE GREATER MIAMI & THE BEACHES REGION Hardeep Anand, Deputy Director, Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Department
  33. 33. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP  2/3 Protected Lands, Including National Parks, Marine Sanctuaries, and Water Management Areas  Conservation Areas 2.7 Million Residents — 5,830 People Per Square Mile Within the Urban Area  Population Served We have the “seagrass” of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay to the east, and the sawgrass of the Everglades wetlands to the west  Seagrass to Sawgrass 6.5 feet above sea level and prone to severe weather, the region’s economic drivers are weather dependent  Coastal Community Greater Miami & the Beaches Key Characteristics One of the largest water management systems in the world, which includes a shallow aquifer & gravity-based drainage system  Porous Geology
  34. 34. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Inland Flooding Surrounded by Water From Every Direction
  35. 35. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP The Greater Miami and the Beaches region is increasingly endangered by sea level rise. The coast of South Florida has seen 12 inches of sea rise since 1870 Since 1994, we’ve experienced 4 inches of sea rise; 2-6 inches is expected by 2030 and 14 inches by 2060 Most of Miami is located just 6.5 feet above sea level “The combination of aging infrastructure, population growth & potential storm surge magnifies the effects of sea level rise for East Coast utilities.” “This is Ground Zero.” Source: National Infrastructure Advisory Council, Water Sector Final Report & Recommendations, 2016 Source: U.S. Senator Bill Nelson during a Field Hearing on Sea Level Rise in Miami Beach, April 2014 Sea Level Rise
  36. 36. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Saltwater Migration & Intrusion  Sea-level rise, in combination with increased groundwater pumping can expand saltwater intrusion into groundwater aquifers.  In South Dade, the salt front has moved significantly inland between 2011 and 2016.  Saltwater intrusion into groundwater aquifers can increase treatment costs for drinking water facilities or render groundwater wells unusable.
  37. 37. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Sunny Day Flooding Recent examples of Sunny Day Flooding in South Florida
  38. 38. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Hurricane Storm Surges Storm surge is the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. Above: Water flows out of the Miami River, flooding a walkway as Hurricane Irma passes through Miami, Florida in 2017. North District WWTP Central District WWTP South District WWTP InundationZone Below: Three regional wastewater treatment plants are located on the coast, inside the Inundation Zone.
  39. 39. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Environmental Degradation Seaweed / Sargassum Red Tide / Harmful Algal Blooms Repeated Flooding Low-oxygen Water Agricultural RunoffSolid Waste & Toxins
  40. 40. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP A Collaborative Strategy The Resilient 305 Leadership Team is headed by our Chief Resilience Officers.  Jane Gilbert, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Miami  Susy Torriente, Chief Resiliency Officer, City of Miami Beach  James F. Murley, Chief Resilience Officer, Miami-Dade County
  41. 41. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Resilience Challenges Hurricane Affordable HousingPronounced PovertyTransportationRainfall Flooding Infrastructure Failure Coastal Flooding Sea-Level Rise
  42. 42. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP City Water Resilience Assessment for Greater Miami and the Beaches The City Water Resilience Assessment has helped Greater Miami and the Beaches identify challenges to resilience in our region’s water management. This assessment was used to:  Identify & develop indicators for a more resilient water supply & management system  Improve interagency collaboration on water issues  Develop & implement a one water resilience action plan
  43. 43. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Strengths Weaknesses The City Water Resilience Assessment for Greater Miami and the Beaches was a collaborative effort based on a multi-stakeholder approach with the end goal of achieving a holistic evaluation of the region. Water Resilience Workshops • July 2019 • Miami, Florida
  44. 44. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Highlights from the Workshops Leadership & Strategy  Resilience is increasingly well-recognized by Miami leadership but long-term planning for resilience is needed  Efforts are needed to promote coordination with upstream stakeholders (agriculture, SFWMD, etc.) Health & Wellbeing  GMB needs strategies to integrate community voices into policy and planning around water  Focused outreach is needed to include vulnerable and disadvantaged groups in planning efforts Infrastructure & Ecosystems  Early warning systems and preparedness programs are generally good for shocks & disasters, but communities are often less equipped to respond to chronic stresses  Emphasis is needed to promote green infrastructure in GMB Planning & Finance  More can be done to integrate planning across different regional agencies (e.g. transportation, water and sewer, urban planning, etc.)  There is more to do to promote post-recovery plans
  45. 45. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP  Create an open-data portal to improve data accessibility and sharing between key stakeholders to support sound decision-making Priority Action 1The Challenge Evidence-based decisions: Water & environmental data for decision-making RCAP Recommendation AlignmentResilient305 Action Connections: RCAP Recommendation Alignment
  46. 46. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP  Establish a One Water Knowledge Platform to improve capacity and knowledge sharing around resilience, including online training, seminars, and case studies for water stakeholders Priority Action 2The Challenge Institutionalizing Resilience RCAP Recommendation AlignmentResilient305 Action Connections: RCAP Recommendation Alignment
  47. 47. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP  Build collaboration between governmental, community, academia, and other stakeholder groups to monitor advancement of actions addressing areas of lower- scoring quantitative and qualitative indicators, as well as to advance key joint projects to achieve outcomes that benefit all Priority Action 3The Challenge Institutionalizing Resilience Resilient305 Action Connections: RCAP Recommendation Alignment
  48. 48. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Complementary Effort: Regional Climate Action Plan WATER
  49. 49. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Online & In-person Learning Professional Growth & Mentoring Industry Networking, Collaboration & Idea Sharing Building a Resilient & Sustainable Water Future, Together Complementary Effort: One Water Academy & Resilient Utility Coalition + Water & Sewer Utilities UniversitiesProfessional Orgs Water Industry “Operationalizing Resilience”“Developing Water Professionals for a One Water Resilient World”
  50. 50. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Join the One Water Academy Mailing List info@onewateracademy.org
  51. 51. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Perspectives from Utilities Trevor Bishop Director, Water Resources South East
  52. 52. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Perspectives from a Multilateral Financing Institution Maria Angelica Sotomayor Practice Manager, Africa Region, World Bank
  53. 53. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Why do we need resilience assessments in cities? Increasingchallenges • A water crisis of too much, too little, and too polluted • Climate change Beyondthewatersector • Integrated approach • Cities as part of basins • Institutional coordination Systemsperspective • Need to identify tradeoffs and opportunities in different sectors • A systems of systems view • Long term planning
  54. 54. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP - Rapid diagnostic that aims to help cities enhance their resilience to a variety of shocks and stresses - Qualitative assessment - Diagnostic takes a holistic and integrated approach and encourages collaboration between sectors to unlock opportunities within the city - Adapts to any country regardless of size, institutional capacity, or phase of development Existing approaches
  55. 55. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP New approaches – CWRA: its benefits A critical overview of the interdependencies across sectors Bottom up exercise with key stakeholders Upstream programmatic approach Identification of strategic water resilient investments Alignment of priorities across potential funders
  56. 56. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Round Table Chaired by: Mark Fletcher, Global Water Leader, Arup Katrin Bruebach, 100 Resilient Cities Panchali Saikia, Stockholm International Water Institute Hardeep Anand, Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department Trevor Bishop, Water Resources South East Maria Angelica Sotomayor, World Bank
  57. 57. THE RESILIENCE SHIFT | THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION | ARUP Summary & Close Dr Fred Boltz Water Ambassador, The Resilience Shift & Water Lead, Global Center for Adaptation

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