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What do you do?
Press Officer
Fields of interest
science, agriculture, water, energy, climate change, biodiversity, poverty reduction, policy
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english, dansih
Please introduce yourself and explain why you want to join this network. Membership may be denied for people who do not answer this question in sufficient detail is a Gateway for sharing of knowledge about Water and Climate Change in its human dimesion.

Global climate change confronts humanity and nature with unprecedented challenges. Stock of knowledge and new initiatives are in explosive growth both at the local, national and global scale.

The overall aim for AQVIVA is to contribute to the protection of humans, water and nature in the context of climate changes.

The project aims to contribute via a common knowledge for users across sectors, organizations, governments, NGOs, teaching and research institutions and individuals, all of which must meet climate challenges in a time where the volume of new knowledge is explosive growth.

The vision is to give individuals easier access to each others’ knowledge from local to global scale with both a technical and cultural approach.

The mission is to establish and disseminate a mutual local-global gateway for knowledge sharing on climate challenges and solutions that work. is built around a core of professional posts and news with links to local, regional, national and international portals and web sites with projects and results. In addition AQVIVA offers a daily dissemination of news and results from international research within the climate issue.

AQVIVA crosses the boundaries between organizations, sectors and disciplines in an active knowledge sharing and working with curiosity to cross the border between the technical disciplines and cultural narratives of climate change through the theme: “Culture as translator.”

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