Rivers are an intrinsic eco-system that we depend on.
There are numerous water bodies crossing the political borders of two or more countries, which create interdependencies between societies that rely on them for social and economic needs. This session brought forth the need for regional collaboration and cooperation between governments to resolve conflicts that may arise out of such trans-boundary waters. Moreover, if countries work together, the risks of climate change can also be abated. The session was moderated by Celine Cousteau, Founder, CauseCentric Productions.