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    선진 정책과 기술에 기반한 실행 도출을 위해 팁 플랫폼(총 15세션)은 다음과 같은 장/수단/매체로서의 역할을 수행한다.

  • • 도전과제 해결책 실행을 위한 적정·혁신기술, 정책 공유
  • • 해결책의 향후 적용을 위한 우수사례 공유
  • • 선진국, 개발도상국간 기술, 정책 교류를 위한 가교의 장/수단/매체의 역할을 한다.
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대한민국 국제물주간 2018 - 팁 플랫폼은 여러 영역에 중점을 두고 있다. 과학 기술은 수자원관리와 환경안전을 혁신할 수 있는 기회를 제공하고, 관련 정책은 사회경제적 기회와 과학 기술의 발전을, 그리고 그 과학 기술은 사회의 다양한 분야에 적용될 수 있다. 중점분야는 신중하게 선정되었으며 자세한 내용은 아래에서 확인 할 수 있다.

배경

현재와 미래의 물 해결책은 과학연구, 신기술, 혁신과정의 활용에 따라 크게 달라진다. 수자원관리에 대한 도전과제는 복합적이다. 여기에는 급속한 도시화, 인구증가, 기후변화, 산업화, 에너지수요의 급증, 재난영향, 물-에너지-식량 넥서스, 심각한 수질, 토양, 대기오염 등이 포함된다. 이들 중 많은 문제가 국제사회의 지속가능한개발(SDGs)에 대한 논의의 근거가 된다.

전 과정에서, 과학과 기술을 고려한 정책결정과 정책개발은 그 중요성이 점차 커지고 있으며, 기술과 정책이라는 두 토대 사이의 연관성은 모든 요소들의 실행을 가능케 하는 핵심이 될 것이다. 과학과 기술, 그리고 정책결정과 관련한 이 둘 사이의 연계가 물 분야 수많은 도전과제를 모두 해결할 수는 없을 것이다. 이러한 상황은 기술과 정책 관점에서 우수 사례를 만들기 위한 획기적이고 아주 새로운 합의의 긴급성을 잘 보여준다.

위 문제를 제대로 해결하기 위해 우리는 다음의 물 분야 혁신 과정에 집중하고 시간과 노력을 쏟아야 한다.
첫째, 물 분야 기술의 혁신과 적용이 어떻게 작용하고 변화에 기여할 수 있는지에 대해 한층 잘 이해할 수 있어야 한다.
둘째, 물 분야 혁신을 위한 공공분야와 민간분야 주요 의사결정자의 정치적 의지를 새롭게 다질 필요가 있다. 적용범위는 기초연구에서 새로운 기술의 시험과 대규모 적용까지 매우 다양하다.

마지막으로, 기업가 정신의 변화이다. 기업가는 문제로 인해 피해를 받는 사람에게 실질적인 해결책을 제시할 뿐 아니라 산업에 유용한 기술개발에도 도움이 주어야 한다.

목적

팁 플랫폼(TIP Platform)은 물과 관련한 다양한 범주의 도전과제에 대해 실질적인 해법의 논의의 촉진을 목적으로 한다. 팁 플랫폼은 실질적 노하우와 성공적 물 정책의 실행으로부터 얻은 경험지식을 구하려는 이들에게 실질적이고 혁신적인 가이드라인을 제공하기 위해 기획되었다. 이뿐 아니라, 세계 물 문제에 적극적인 개입을 위한 신생 과학과 기술, 그리고 엔지니어링 서비스를 이용할 수 있는 장을 마련하기 위함이다. 대한민국 국제 물 주간 팁 플랫폼을 통해 물 분야에서 탄탄한 국제협력 네트워크를 구축하고 향후 프로젝트와 협력 업무를 위한 실질적인 조언의 장을 마련할 것이다.

세 가지 주제어

   팁 플랫폼은 기술, 실행, 정책 세 가지 주제어에 근거하여 방안을 모색한다.

  • • 타당성 조사, 설계, 건설, 운영, 유지보수, 모니터링, 처리, 복구, 인공지능 (AI)을 포함하는 정보통신기술 (ICT),
        빅 데이터의 기술
  • • 기술과 실행과 연계된 정책은 효율성, 지속가능성, 파트너십, 거버넌스, 녹색 경제, 문화, 환경을 촉진시키는 정책
  • • 명확한 정책, 적정기술과 선진기술에 근거한 우수사례, 전략, 프로세스 공유에 의한 실행

팁 중점분야

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다음의 중점분야는 물에 관한 지속가능한 발전목표 달성을 위한 실질적 해결책에 대한 정의를 목표로 한다. 이를 위해 실행 도구와 구체적 전략을 제공한다.



• 핵심주제 1 : 스마트 물 관리read moreclose

핵심어 : 도시용수, 농업용수, 산업용수, 물 재해, 홍수와 가뭄, 물 관련 빅 데이터
정보통신기술을 활용한 스마트 물 관리는 효율적이고, 안전하며 지속가능한 스마트 물 관리의 핵심이며, 현재 우리의 삶에 빠르게 변화하는 기술들이 다양한 분야에서 이용되고 있다. 기술은 빠르게 발전하고 있지만 다양한 물 관리 공정에 충분히 적용되지 못한 채 그 기능을 잃어갈 수 있다.

정보통신기술 적용 범주는 시스템 모니터링과 통제를 위한 원격 데이터 취득과 전송에 한정된다. 하지만 모바일 기술, 사물의 인터넷, 빅 데이터, 증강현실과 같은 다양한 혁신기술은 점차 물 관리에 적용되어 이용가능하다. 수자원 관리에 관한 기술의 새로운 적용법 및 우수사례는 새로운 쟁점을 제기하는데 필요하다.
Session title: Smart Water Management case study lessons from around the world
International Water Resources Association & K-water
The Smart Water Management (SWM) Project showcases 11 exemplary smart water management case studies from both developed and developing countries from around the world, to demonstrate how SWM can be successfully adopted in a wide range of scales, contexts, locations, and can assist in resolving a wide range of water challenges. Through this project valuable lessons have been learned on the enabling factors and barriers faced by those who have implemented SWM solutions, along with the potential for SWM to assist in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. In this session we will share with you the key lessons learned, enablers and barriers to SWM implementation, links to the Sustainable Development Goals, along with outlining how policy can support SWM implementation in the future. We will also share the transfer and scalability of smart water solutions and the potential for Smart Water Management in developing countries.
- To launch the joint K-water and IWRA Smart Water Management Report
- To promote the potential for smart water management to address water challenges across a range of scales, locations and contexts (including developing countries)
- To demonstrate the potential for SWM to assist with achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
- To share lessons learned from the 11 exemplary case studies presented within the report
- To discuss the future of smart water management and how best to move forward with successful implementation in both developed and developing countries

Session title: The latestGlobal trend of SWG technology and it’s Market
Sungkyunkwan University
The trend of water market led by SWG technology and its prospect.
- Best practices practically implemented in leading countries on SWG technology
- The evolution of cutting edge technology such as sensors, AI, IoT, Big data in Water sector.
Objectives: To share professional experiences from different countries about the latest technologies, methodologies, practices and research advances in the field of SWG technology (Sensors, AMI, AI, IoT, big data etc.,) To share and discuss the knowledge in the development and implementation Smart Water Grid and its water management plans
Expected Output: Fostering an international closed-knit community from which ideas and methodologies of people can be better shared, combined and integrated as well as widening the horizons

Session title: Smart Water Management Special Session
Asia Water Council
The results of the 1st AIWW have been successfully developed and integrated into the 8th World Water Forum’s main agenda. Especially, SWM (Smart Water Management) is a main trend in water related technologies. Every country and entity are interested in this topic and have been developed it in their own way. As the AWC pursue a platform to provide real solutions for water problems, AWC would like to promote SWM technology in order to ensure that all AWC members and interested participants can reach its full potential impact on the world’s most challenging water issues with SWM technology.
The session will introduce latest main trend of SWM technology. This session will provide insight and understanding of not only SWM technology concept in water sector but also implementation case study of each AWC’s country and agency. The session will be an opportunity to start laying out the foundation of the SWM implementation and all participants can share valuable know how and strategy to adapt SWM technology for water resources management.

Session title: Opportunities for Innovative Solutions at the Water-Energy Nexus
Water Technology Acceleration Project
In Ontario, Canada’s most populated and economically vibrant province, water and wastewater services can consume as much as 50% of a municipality’s total electricity use, and on average, over 30% of municipal carbon emissions are related to water. Across Canada, emissions from wastewater treatment increased by 22% from 1990 to 2015. When it comes to building-related greenhouse gas emissions, heating water remains second only to space heating for residential, commercial and institutional sectors in Ontario. A growing economy, a population projected to increase by 30% by 2040, and the need to protect water supplies and aquatic ecosystems are increasing pressure on existing water infrastructure and driving demand to build new systems. WaterTAP is working with key Ministries and stakeholders in the Province to ensure that the best practices, methodologies, and technologies are employed in transitioning Ontario’s water and wastewater services to a low-carbon state. This seminar will aim to share WaterTAP’s lessons and approach, as well as invite other regional stakeholders to share similar lessons.
The session will introduce latest main trend of SWM technology. This session will provide insight and understanding of not only SWM technology concept in water sector but also implementation case study of each AWC’s country and agency. The session will be an opportunity to start laying out the foundation of the SWM implementation and all participants can share valuable know how and strategy to adapt SWM technology for water resources management.
• 핵심주제 2 : 물 재활용과 재사용read moreclose

핵심어 : 지속가능성, 기후변화, 녹색사회기반시설, 탄소배출, 에너지 회수, 회복력, 폐수처리. 물 재사용
물 재활용은 기후변화, 지나친 탄소 배출, 에너지 사용, 물 부족과 홍수로 고통 받고 있는 세계 물과 환경의 지속가능성 향상에 기여할 수 있다. 이는 처리된 폐수를 산업공정, 농업 및 조경 관개수, 화장실 용수, 지하수 함양에 재사용 하는 일련의 과정이다.
물 재활용ㆍ재사용 관련된 도전과제는 폐수처리 기술, 법적 근거와 규제 마련, 사회적 합의 등이다. 효율적 기술과 적정기술은 다양한 목적의 물 재사용을 위해 필수적이다. 관련법과 규정마련 또한 불가피하며, 물 재활용과 재사용 프로세스의 실행에 관한 사회적 합의가 모아져야 한다.
Session title : Integrated water sanitation system, technology and related policies
Ethiopian Civil Service University
Globally, more people live in urban areas than in rural areas, with 54 per cent of the world’s population residing in urban areas in 2014. In 1950, 30 percent of the world’s population was urban, and by 2050, 66 percent of the World’s population is projected to be urban. The urban sanitation problem due to increasing urban population will be anticipated as very serious environmental challenges if the system continues like business as usual ways. Especially, Africa and Asia will be affected more than the other continents. This session will provide an opportunity to discuss sanitation chain through the stages of collection, storage, transport, treatment and recycling/reuse of faecal matter. Participants will consider innovative technological, social and economic models that can accelerate progress towards achieving safely managed sanitation services. Participants will also examine ways of sustaining these services in a global context of rapid urbanization and high population growth, especially in developing countries with limited financial resources.
The objective of this session is to promote a global discussion on practical solutions for water challenges at various scales in various countries. The session will provide a practical and innovative methods of wastewater management focusing on the wastewater recycling. It provides practical know-hows and lessons learned from successful implementation of wastewater management policies from different continents. The session also create a platform that helps to develop the robust network for international cooperation in wastewater sectors and provide practical advice for further projects and future collaborative works. In general, it will contribute a lot of knowldege and practical solutions to reach SDG target for sanitation (SDG 6).

Session title: Development of Water Wise Cities through Low Impact Strategies
Kongju National University
The sustainable development goals (SDG) approved in 2015 identified the importance of sustainable water management promotion for safer and resilient cities. The session will include four presentations that address the problems in shifting from traditional urban design to integrated urban water planning and design in cities also known as water wise cities through the application of low impact development (LID) strategies. These presentations are beneficial to developing and developed countries since it covers principles of water wise cities, livability, efficiencies, and a sense of place for urban communities ensuring water sustainability. The session will highlight the importance of the collaborative effort of the government as well as the urban water professionals in addressing the problems brought about by traditional urban development. As one of the four important categories of the water wise cities principles, the current practices, research and application of water sensitive urban design or LID will be discussed in this session. Towards the end of the program, all participants are encouraged to engage in an interactive discussion to ensure meaningful exchange of knowledge between the speakers and participants.
Application of water sensitive urban design or low impact development (LID) is one essential way in achieving water resilient cities. Understanding the principles of water wise cities and the contribution of LID strategies is beneficial to encourage the inclusion of these sustainable designs to current urban planning. This session aims to introduce the current trend of urban water management in developing and developed countries. Particularly, the application of LID strategies for sustainable urban water management as technological support for the restoration of natural watershed hydrology will be discussed. Lastly, this session will identify the challenges and future concerns that need to be addressed in water wise cities adaptation for urban water management through LID application. At the end of the session, speakers and participants, especially the urban stake holders, are expected to understand the necessity of incorporating LID in urban planning and design towards the development of water wise cities.

Session title: Green Transition in the Water Sector: Innovative Financing and Business Model Development for Water Reuse & Recycling
K-water Institute & Global Green Growth Institute
As populations around the world reach their limits of water supplies, wastewater is increasingly being considered as a resource to reuse to conserve and increase available water resources and to produce various bi-products such as fertilizer or biogas. Wastewater reuse also contributes to mitigate climate impacts especially for drought-prone areas as treated wastewater can be an important water source for irrigation or non-drinking residential or industrial cooling water. Furthermore, as the wastewater will be treated and monitored properly to be reused, water reuse brings positive environmental benefits to reduce pollutants in downstream. This session will provide an overview of the water reuse, within the context of green growth. Together with international organizations, government water authority, private sector, and financier, this session will discuss existing challenges to develop water reuse projects and identify innovative solutions to promote enabling environment based on policy interventions, technical solutions, and innovative financing. It goes on to provide examples that demonstrate the opportunities and challenges for different sectors including urban, agriculture, and industry, especially in low-income countries. Finally, it will discuss practical guidelines for water reuse investments; how to develop effective, financially viable, and sustainable water and wastewater reuse programs, and how to mobilize financing for taking these projects to scale.
This session will bring together public and private sector stakeholders in the area of water reuse and will discuss existing challenges to promote water reuse in developing countries, and identify potential solutions based in policy interventions, technical innovations, and innovative financing.
• 핵심주제 3 : 사회 경제적 발전을 위한 물read moreclose

핵심어 : 수자원 관리, 생태계, 물의 경제적 평가, 녹색일자리 기회
사회-경제적 발전은 물과 인간 활동 사이의 복잡한 상호관계로 인해 수자원 개발과 관리는 밀접하게 관련되어 있다. 물은 없어서는 안 될 자원으로 사회-경제적 발전에 있어 긍정적 기능 또는 부정적 기능을 한다. 여기에는 사회적 경제적 자원, 에너지 생성을 위한 매체, 자연 어메니티, 홍수, 수인성질병을 통한 질병 전염 등이 포함된다.
이런 기능들의 특징으로 인해 물과 사회-경제적 발전 사이의 복잡한 관계가 형성된다.

사회-경제적 발전을 위한 물과 관련된 사안은 사회, 경제, 환경 영향에 대한 평가, 토지 이용, 통합적 접근의 채택, 사회-경제적 프로세스를 위한 효과적 의사소통, 적응형 의사결정, 사회-경제적 요구를 위한 실행, 사회적 이슈와 가치 결합의 의사결정 프로세스 반영 등을 포함한다.
Session title: What Wicked Problems Face Water Quality Management Over the Next 20 Years?
International Water Resources Association
Human well-being and environmental sustainability depend on access to water of appropriate quality, recognised in SDG target 6.3, the need to improve global water quality under the broader goal of ensuring safe and sustainable water for all (SDG 6). With more demanding pressures on available resources, water quality management is increasingly essential for a more balanced approach to the management of water resources. In order to target sound water resources management and policy responses, the session builds on the IWRA 2018 “Question of the Year” (https://www.iwra.org/questionoftheyear/) to suggest water quality governance problems identified by experts and open a dialogue with the water community with the purpose of sharing insights and exploring new ideas. Focus will be on current water quality considerations such as contaminants of emerging concern, using water of the appropriate quality for use and considering the science policy interface. Consisting of a panel of experts, this workshop will invite participants to share their own ideas, followed by a group discussion of the workshop’s outcomes, and concluding with a vote on which problem deserves the most attention on the global stage.
This session will add to the global discussion of addressing problems challenging adequate management of water quality around the world. Objectives of the session include sharing new knowledge of emerging priorities in the field based on recent research and developments, highlighting remaining gaps, identifying and discussing problems regarding water quality, engaging/encouraging participant involvement and interaction, and connecting water experts with similar water quality concerns. The result of the workshop, group discussion and vote will be to scope the most important water quality challenge(s) that water managers will confront in the near future and beyond, discuss directions for research and policy, and the interface between science and policy, to address them and to provide a practicable focus to the global agenda in this domain.

Session title: Water For Sustainable Culture, Sciences, and Technologies: Water Projects
Indonesian Green Action Forum
This session will combine a seminar and an exhibition with an indispensable topic that will be addressed, including water for socioeconomic development. Targeted participants are about 100 students from Korean and other countries, most notably, Indonesia-Korea students. Some universities and institutions will be invited to apply and submit their initiatives about these themes to our platform, and the selected participants will be invited to present their projects to international audiences. Selected projects are also will be shown in form of posters in a special booth or exhibition platform. The booth will be artistically designed with Indonesia culture featuring the culture of water management. The best projects will be chosen to receive awards from us in form of traditional souvenirs. In exhibition booth, some cultural proposition about water issues will be shown. All accommodation and travel expenses will be not covered by the organizers of this session.
1. To exchange initiatives, research, projects, and other activities related smart water management, water recycling and reuse, and water for socio-economic development to the audiences;
2. To encourage the audiences to actualize their water initiatives, research, projects, and activities into sustainable actions that are beneficial for altruistic.
• 핵심주제 4 : 물 거버넌스와 파트너십read moreclose

핵심어 : 초국경적 물 이슈, 공공정책, 타당한 물 거버넌스, 과학과 기술의 격차 해소
물 거버넌스는 수자원 개발과 관리에 있어 중요하며, 유효성, 효율성, 참여, 신뢰에 근거한 모든 이해관계자들의 책임분담을 통해 실질적인 공공정책과 실행에 기여한다. 정책결정자, 정부 기관, 물 산업계, 시민 사회, 비정부 기구 등의 이해관계자들은 형평성, 경제 효율성, 환경 지속성을 위한 수자원관리 개선을 위해 중요한 역할을 한다.

좋은 거버넌스의 중요한 요인 중 하나인 파트너십은 시공간 유효성과 변동의 특성을 갖는 수자원 관리 또는 개발을 위한 가장 효과적인 방법 중 하나이다. 파트너십은 프로젝트 목표에 따라 공-공 또는 공-사 등과 같은 다양한 형태의 체계를 가질 수 있다. 파트너의 협업으로 물 관리 목표 달성에 있어 동반 상승효과를 창출할 수 있기 때문에, 관련 이해당사자 사이의 파트너십은 효율적인 물 관리를 위해 문제제기 될 필요가 있다.
Session title: Assessing Capacity of Commercial Cooperation to Promote Water Collaborations in transboundary River Basin (Case study: Helmand River Basin)
National Agriculture and Water Strategic Research Center
International transboundary rivers have always faced with different challenges and conflicts due to asymmetric water interests of their riparian countries. On the other hand, the hydropolitics aspects of international rivers and their impacts on economicsocial relations between the riparian countries are very important to elicit conflict or promote cooperation. The selection between the conflict and corporation will be mainly depends on perceptions of their relative benefits. However, these basins can be a ground for collaborations, if their capacities are wisely applied and shared. This issue constructs objective of the present research work in which, it is aimed to develop a methodology for linkage of water issue with other commercial corporations in transboundary basins. The Helmand transboundary river basin is selected as the case study of this research work, which is shared between Iran and Afghanistan. The review of water negations between the two states shows that they have solely concentrated on water. It causes that the upstream or downstream positions of them shade on the negotiations (only, tactics might have changed). Therefore, it is essential to evaluate a new strategy.
This session aims to investigate a possible framework to combine these economical interactions along together to increase incentive to allocate more water to downstream countries for supplying environmental demand. The two main questions we hope to find the good answer for them are as follows: Is it possible to provide more water through the link between non-water and blue cooperation for environmental demand at the downstream country (such as wetland, river,…)? Can policies be reached to achieve the desired balance and win-win conditions in the two countries' water relations (upstream and downstream counties) by using this approach?

Session title: Payment for Ecosystem Services as a Financial Incentive for Integrated Water Resources Managemen
Office of Water Demand Management and Water and Wastewater Productivity Improvement Office, Ministry of Energy, Islamic Republic of Iran
Payments for Ecosystems Services (PES) in general refers to market incentives for the provision of public goods within the field of environment. Ecosystem services refer to the benefits people obtain from ecosystems. IWRM is a process that promotes the coordinated development and management of water, soil and the other related resources in order to maximize economic results and social wellbeing in an equitable manner, without compromising the sustainability of vital ecosystems. Ideal IWRM implementation has rarely achieved due to inadequate financing and fractured governance schemes that continue to manage ecosystems from sectoral perspective. Ecosystem approach helps in integrate the sectoral goals under the umbrella of watershed management. Economic instruments such as PES can also help in providing financial resources for IWRM implementation while it can also provide a tangible framework for stakeholder participation. In this session, a series of presentation assist in explaining how moving from a more traditional form of IWRM to one that incorporates ecosystem services, provides financial incentives and markets for managing and providing healthy and sustainable ecosystem services.
Reviewing IWRM and PES interlinkages and PES can provide a platform for financing IWRM programs and stakeholder participation Presenting success stories in implementation of PES schemes within IWRM framework: Lessons learned from Andean Region Presenting examples of challenges in implementation of PES schemes from political point of views: Lessons learned from China

Session title: World Water Cities Forum 2018 (WWCF 2018)
Daegu Metropolitan City
World Water Cities Forum 2018 (WWCF 2018) will be held in Daegu, Korea from September 13th to 14th, 2018. As one of the main events of the Korea International Water Week, WWCF 2018 will serve as an exclusive platform for city leaders and water experts to discuss water-related issues and solutions for each city and share best practices and policies related to water management. WWCF 2018 is a forum for discussing the way to utilize water management and water technology/water industry development as a tool for creating attractive, livable, resilient and prosperous city. All participants will gain new insights into the successful implementation of water policies, how to engage stakeholders and how to collaborate with participating cities.
To share the water management policies of participating cities
To share water-related challenges as well as innovative solutions of each city
To nurture a World Water Cities community, where leaders of cities and water professionals can reconnect with each other and get to know new peers to exchange ideas and best practices with each other
To inquire on the principles behind each success story and explore the learning points
To promote World Water Cities Collaboration

Session title: Environmental and Social Issues and Safeguard in Developing Water Resources
K-water
Environmental and Social(E&S( issues are critical in developing water resources including dam and hydro power plant. This workshop will help to understand E&S procedure, case, safeguard of lenders.
To better understand E&S safeguards, procedure, and actual cases and share knowledge and experience in water projects.
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핵심어 : 물 원조, 지속성, 물 개발, 적정기술, 정책, 감시시스템, 재원
물 원조 프로그램의 성공적 수행에서 가장 중요한 요인은 지속가능한 실행이다. 국제환경 및 개발연구소(IIED) 보고서에 따르면, 약 3억 불이 물 기반시설을 위한 지속 불가능한 원조로 인해 낭비되고 있다고 해다.
현재 물 원조는 현재 지속가능한 프레임워크의 두 가지 주요 문제점을 시사한다. 하나는 지역사회, 정부기관, 서비스 제공자의 시스템 유지에 관한 역량의 한계이다. 다른 하나는 전면적 운영과 사후관리를 보장할 수 있는 재원의 결여이다. 지속가능한 실행에 영향을 미치는 요인은 사용자 참여, 감시 시스템, 실행과 기술의 질, 자본에 대한 사용자의 기여 등이다.

예를 들어, 물, 생활위생 및 개인위생 프로젝트 (WASH projects)를 포함한 다양한 프로젝트, 기금모집의 경험 공유, 지속가능한 물 원조 프로그램을 위한 관세구조 마련을 위한 지속가능한 실행은 이해당사자의 역량 구축을 통해 달성할 수 있다.
Session title: Pathway forward to promote cooperation among development partners to address the periodic flood risk in Myanmar
Japan Water Forum
This session will explore the ways to promote information sharing across the institutions in Myanmar and development partners for Myanmar to address the periodic flooding risk. In the first part, the challenges in dealing with periodic flooding in Myanmar will be shared. Then in the second part, main development partners from Australia, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, and World Bank will make presentations about their programs/projects that provide the research and technical support for the flood risk reduction and the integrated water resource management in Myanmar. In the panel discussion, the session aims to identify the similarities and differences of research and technical supports by the development partners. The Myanmar representatives will share what technical supports will be further needed, followed by the panelists’ discussion on whether and how each development partner can work together to promote information sharing across the institutions in pursuance of social residence from the impacts of periodic flooding in Myanmar.
The objective of this session is to discuss how to facilitate effective coordination among the development partners by sharing information toward flood risk management in Myanmar. The output of this session is to identify what each development partner is doing and the ways to develop information exchange platform among the development partners for Myanmar to strengthen local human capacities in addressing the flood risk management utilize holistic and participatory approaches. It is also expected to examine the ways to develop a disaster risk management platform where usable meteorological and hydrological information will be provided for local community in Myanmar as an obligatory for its sustainable development, so as to assist making informed decision-making for national and local development planning possible as well as promoting public and private investment.

Session title: Nature-Based Solution (NBS) for SDG6 Using Water and Sanitation Appropriate Technology
Water And Sanitation Appropriate Technology (WASAT) Center, Seoul National University
To solve world water problems, SDG is proposed. To achieve it, we need a new paradigm of water management including Nature Based Solution (NBS), using IT, and involving stakeholders. NBS does not require energy, do not make conflict, and do not make residue. We need appropriate technologies instead of high tech. For water, community-based rainwater harvesting is suggested as an NBS since the community involvement is essential. Moreover, several successful case studies exist. For sanitation, resource circulated sanitation is suggested as another NBS which has less water and energy consumption and utilized separately treated urine and feces as fertilizer or soil conditioner. The economic evaluations of several sanitation systems are compared while the demand of a new performance index of sanitation is demonstrated. Several community-based movements are suggested to involve the society using appropriate technology via IT. An example of such movements is suggested as BiTS (Rain Teacher and Student) network.
1. Introducing NBS approaches, enhanced with the application of IT and involvement of stakeholders for global water and sanitation challenges.
2. Demonstrating community-based rainwater harvesting and resource circulated sanitation as NBS toward SDG6 through introducing successful case studies.
3. Economical comparison of different sanitation options and demonstrating a new performance index for sanitation.
4. Application of IT to provide appropriate technology for water and sanitation approaches through BiTS (Rain Teacher and Student) network.




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