Lord Boateng, Chairman, WSUP

Katrin Bruebach, Global Director, Programs, Innovation and Impact, Resilient Cities Network

Neil Jeffery, Chief Executive, WSUP (moderator)

Alex McNamara, Programme Manager, Environmental Sustainability, National Business Initiative, South Africa

Pritum Saha, M&E Coordinator, Dhaka, Bangladesh, WSUP

Carmen Sing Sang, Project Manager, Beira, Mozambique, WSUP

Joep Verhagen, Program Lead Water & Urban, The Global Center on Adaptation

Across the world’s cities, climate change is affecting the ability of people living in vulnerable communities to access safe water and sanitation.

Drought, extreme flooding, rising sea levels are all affecting water supply. Increased frequency of tropical storms and cyclones is damaging communal water and sanitation infrastructure, as well as increasing the transmission of water-related diseases.

Yet often, access to water, sanitation and hygiene is missed out of climate adaptation work.

Join us for our online event to explore this challenge further and discuss how we can better integrate water, sanitation and hygiene into climate resilience efforts.

Event details:

Date: 13 July, 2021
Time: 4:00 – 5:00 BST

Register here