Identifying the Drivers for Action
Tuesday Plenary Discussion – Is it a Water Issue?
Water management decisions often reflect priorities like public health, economic prosperity or political autonomy. Our Day 1 international panel discussed their experiences with practical drivers that actually lead to action on water.
Knowledge that Fits the Need
Wednesday Plenary Discussion – Getting from Knowledge to “Options on the Table”
Delivering knowledge is important, but it isn’t enough; it must address the context of the situation, resonate with the driving concerns, and clarify options. Our Day 2 panels explored how the right “fit” makes the leading knowledge not just relevant, but actionable.
Where Action is Seeking Knowledge
Thursday Plenary Discussion – The Growing Appetite for Water Solutions
Action on water issues happens when knowledge, expertise and options effectively feed a growing desire for solutions. Discussion on Day 3 distilled how to focus the shaping and delivery of leading knowledge to satisfy this appetite.