Climate change and urbanization are among the most significant trends of the 21st century, affecting global natural resources such as water, economic development, and human well-being.…Continue reading »
Kees van Leeuwen and Stef Koop of KWR about their visit to Porto for Watershare.
Four busy days in Porto and ….with tempting weather outside. First of all compliments to the EIP secretariat and the city of Porto to turn this into such a nice event. With 1700 (!) registered …Continue reading »
One of the tools within the City Blueprint Approach is the Governance Capacity Framework (GCF) that focuses on five water-related challenges: 1) flood risk, 2) water scarcity, 3) urban heat islands, 4) wastewater treatment, and 5) solid waste treatment. These are amongst the most recurring issues that will steadily increase …Continue reading »
Over the past two years, Melvin Gale worked with two water governance assessment tools, the ten building blocks framework by van Rijswick and the City Blueprint Approach. In this blog, he shares his results.City Blueprint framework
The big difference between these two frameworks, which also became evident in my …Continue reading »
In a quest to compare the management of water-related challenges in Asian cities, Annisa Noyara Rahmasary, student at KWR, applied the City Blueprint Approach in Bandung (Indonesia). In this blog she shares her findings.City Blueprint approach
Water and urban management were something very new to me at that time. …Continue reading »