Capacity development and stakeholder workshop on water–energy–land nexus scenarios for the Indus basin: Consultation and joint learning

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Background

This workshop is being organized under the Integrated Solutions for Water, Energy, and Land (ISWEL) project, led by the partnership between the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), the Global Environment Facility (GEF), and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). The ISWEL project primarily aims to develop tools and capacities to support the management of the water–energy–land (WEL) nexus. The project takes a global approach but also focuses on two transboundary basins facing important development and environmental challenges: the Indus and the Zambezi.

This is the third and final basin workshop planned within phase I of the ISWEL project (2017–2019) focused on the Indus basin. It aims to update stakeholders on the progress over the past year, specifically how the narratives describing the visions and pathways drafted in the third IBKF in 2018 in Vienna have been used to shape the tools. The results (basin scenarios) will also be shared for further discussion and feedback.

Please peruse the concept note on the workshop for details.