sf news 31/3/11

Date of publication
News 8 31st March 2011

Stakeholder Forum to coordinate stakeholder Engagement at “Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus” Conference in Bonn.

Stakeholder Forum is coordinating the stakeholder engagement process for the Bonn 2011 Conference, ‘Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus – Water Resources in the Green Economy’, which is being organised by the German government. The conference is due to take place on 16th – 18th November, 2011, and will bring together governments and stakeholders in a high level set of discussions that aim to position water within the framework of the Green Economy… More

CIF 2011 Partnership forum applications reopen

CIF 2011 Partnership Forum Applications have reopened for developing country representatives from NGOs, Indigenous Peoples and the private sector to attend the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) 2011 Partnership Forum, Cape Town, 24-25 June… More

“Biodiversity and Ecosystem Insecurity” book available from 24th April

This book provides an authoritative and comprehensive assessment of the threats presented to human security and well-being by the loss of ecosystems and biodiversity – recently confirmed as one of the critical ‘planetary boundaries’ that has already been exceeded… More

Water and Climate Coalition at World Water Day in Cape Town

The Water and Climate Coalition took an active part in the official World Water Day event hosted by UN-Habitat in Cape Town March 20-22. Representing the Water and Climate Coalition, Anders Berntell, Executive Director of SIWI, made a presentation at the Side Event ”Water and Climate Change: The Road to COP17” on Monday 21st… More

Stakeholder Forum is moving up in the world!

We will now be found at the top of the building at 3 Bloomsbury place instead of at the bottom as we move offices to slightly larger premises.

Stakeholder Forum publishes synthesis of civil society inputs to Rio+20

Stakeholder Forum has produced a synthesis of Major Groups’ inputs into the Secretary General’s report for the UNCSD ‘Rio+20’ Conference. The Major Groups are the 9 groups of civil society as identified by Agenda 21. The synthesis document identifies some of the main recommendations emerging from the Major Groups submissions… More

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