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From sea to source: stories of climate resilience connected by water

Welcome to the Marshall Islands. This beautiful country has increasing high tides and saltwater inundation due to climate change, challenging the resilience of people across the atoll.  This climate reality is the starting point for an exploration of adaptation stories showcasing perspectives on the critical role of managing water resources and water, sanitation and hygiene for resilience and planetary health.

This event is convened by Australia – Water Partners for Development

Session contributors: Australian Water Partnership, Water for Women Fund, SPC – Pacific Community, The University of Technology Sydney-Institute for Sustainable Futures, World Vision, Monash University, University of Canberra.


December 06 - 09:00
December 06 - 10:00
Opening Day
Blue Zone

Adaptation Climate & Environment Indigenous peoples Mitigation


Australian Water Partnership

COP guide 2023