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Climate change and water security in the Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality

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Dear Partners in Water

The World Economic Forum ranked water crises as number one in its 2015 assessment of global risks, with potential to cause damaging economic and social impacts across entire countries and sectors. What does it mean for cities, towns and regions who will feel the direct impacts of climate change on water resources?

The Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality (BCMM), the Oldenburg-East Frisian Water Board from Germany (OOWV) and the Technical University of Braunschweig (TUB), therefore take great pleasure in inviting  you to the  South African-German go-CAM Water Webinar, themed: “Climate Change and Water Security in the Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality“, scheduled to take place on 5th July 2021 from 10h00 until 14h30 (CEST).

The go-CAM Water Webinar is happy to announce the following partners from both South Africa and Germany who will share their expertise and experiences :

Amatola Water, South Africa (AW)
Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality, South Africa (BCMM)
Department of Water and Sanitation, South Africa (DWS)
Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ)
Institute for Water Research, Rhodes University, South Africa (IWR)
Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics, Hannover, Germany (LIAG)
Oldenburg-East Frisian Water Board, Germany (OOWV)
South African Local Government Association (SALGA)
Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany (TUB)

All guests joining the session via the live stream are free to put forward questions to participants via a chat-function. 

Please feel free to join the webinar and share this invitation with others, as we discuss new perspectives and possible solutions regarding the topic of Climate Change and Water Security.

Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality
South Africa
Technical Universitiy of Braunschweig
Oldenburg-East Frisian Water Board
Amatola Water
South Africa
Department of Water and Sanitation
South Africa
German Corporation for international Cooperation GmbH
Institute for Water Research, Rhodes University
South Africa
Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics, Hannover
South African Local Government Association
South Africa
Ms Intelligent Chauke
Specialist - Environment, Climate Change & Sustainability, SALGA
Mr Bandile Gqweta
General Manager Water, Waste-Water, and Scientific Services, BCMM
Mr Egon Harms
Head of Directorate Water Management and Quality, OOWV
Mr Tobias Langmann
Research Hydrologist, TUB
Mr Andrew Lucas
Director, Water Regulation & Use, DWS
Dr. Nikite Muller
Environmental Specialist, AW
Mr Nceba Ncunyana
Head of Directorate Engineering and Infrastructure Services, BCMM
Dr. Mathias Ronczka
Senior Geophysicist, LIAG
Mr Sieg Rousseau
Manager Water Resources, AW
Mr Heiko Heidemann
Program Manager, GIZ
Dr. Konstantin Scheihing
Senior Hydrogeologist and Project Leader, OOWV
Prof. Dr. Matthias Schöniger
Head of Dept. Hydrology, Water Management and Water Protection, TUB
Dr. Jane Tanner
Head of Hydrology, Institute for Water Research, IWR
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