- Global Environment Facility 1899 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC (8th floor)
- November 9, 2016
- Wednesday, 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
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Conserving Our Global Freshwater Future in Africa
Global Environment Facility 1899 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC (8th floor)
Wednesday, 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM
November 9, 2016
An unprecedented transformation is underway in African watersheds. We have a fleeting opportunity to deliver proactive solutions that enable leaders to make wise choices and show the world a better, more balanced way to grow. To do this, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is focused on large freshwater systems with global ecological importance, where enabling political and social conditions for conservation exist, and where there is potential for high return on conservation investment.
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Colin Apse, Africa Freshwater Conservation Director, The Nature Conservancy
Colin’s first decade with the Conservancy was focused in the United States on developing strategies and policy approaches that balance human water use and environmental water needs – such as fish passage and adequate flow – at state and river basin scales.