UK Global Compact network expands CEO Water Mandate's 'Water Action Hub' to Thames Basin

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1 May 2013

Webinar 1: Introducing the Water Action Hub [2 May 2013]

Author: UK Global Compact Network

UNGC Network UK; European Water Partnership and the UN CEO Water Mandate…Thursday, May 2, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (BST)...The first part of the webinar will include:...A brief introduction to the CEO Water Mandate, EWP and the UNGC Network UK...The rationale for the Water Action Hub...A walkthrough of the Hub (explaining key features, etc)....Participants will then have the opportunity to ask questions about the Water Action Hub.

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1 May 2013

Webinar 2: Introducing the Water Action Hub [8 May 2013]

Author: UK Global Compact Network

UNGC Network UK; European Water Partnership and the UN CEO Water Mandate…Wednesday, May 8, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (BST)...The first part of the webinar will include:...A brief introduction to the CEO Water Mandate, EWP and the UNGC Network UK...The rationale for the Water Action Hub...A walkthrough of the Hub (explaining key features, etc). Participants will then have the opportunity to ask questions about the Water Action Hub.

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25 April 2013

[PDF] UNGC CEO Water Mandate - Water Action Hub [UK]

Author: Eleanor Viita, UK Network of the UN Global Compact

The UN Global Compact…launched…the CEO Water Mandate...as a very effective platform for collective action on water stewardship…[T]he CEO Water Mandate…launched a free tool…called the Water Action Hub. The Hub is designed to enable stakeholders to quickly and efficiently locate other parties with similar water-related objectives in their regions of interest…There are currently 117 organisations registered on the Hub, 248 project locations and 8 river basins in Asia, Africa, North America and soon Europe. UNGC Network UK has formed a partnership…to expand the Water Action Hub to the Thames River Basin…As it becomes populated with data, it will be a very useful tool for finding partners for your water-related project, or finding projects you could join to advance your water-related interests.

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