19 - 20 April 2012
Venice Palazzo Zorzi, Italy
Interactive sessions, reflections and experiences with knowledge brokering instruments will bring together an audience looking for new ways to strengthen the relationships between policy and science in the field of water management and climate change.
Event will be hosted by UNESCO in the framework of the PSI-connect, a three-year collaborative project funded under the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) for research and innovation.
Through experimentation with and development of innovative knowledge brokering instruments, PSI-connect aims to improve the quality and value of interactions between the science base and river basin managers and policy makers in the field of climate change impacts on river systems.