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Island Freshwater Resilience: SIDS cooperation with UNESCO - José Cardoso Cassandra

Language: English

New York, 27 September 2019. Participation of José Cardoso Cassandra, president of the government of São Tomé and Principe, during the SIDS-UNESCO meeting about the challenges of freshwater resilience.
Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) are at the forefront of climate change. Strengthening their resilience has been a priority for UNESCO for more than 30 years. On the UN General Assembly’s day dedicated to SIDS, UNESCO and the governments of Saint-Kitts-and-Nevis, São Tomé and Príncipe and Seychelles focused on SIDS’ specific needs and challenges regarding water quality, wetland conservation and water availability in these vulnerable territories. The resilience of SIDS depends on multi-stakeholder commitments to cooperative action among governments, scientists and local populations.

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Place/region: United Nations, Sao Tome and Principe
Type: Public affairs
Production and personalities:
Participant: Jose Cardoso Cassandra
Publisher: UNESCO Division of Water Sciences
Producer: PierFrancesca Graviani
Coproducer/sponsor: UN TV
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Original: Video.MP4
Location: EV only
UMVS reference: SYNAV-2019-09-27-001219-IHP-HD
Rights holder: UNESCO