OPERATIONS

GLOBAL INSTITUTE FOR WATER SECURITY

The Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USASK) is the top water resources research institute in Canada and one of the most advanced cold regions hydrology centres in the world. GIWS is dedicated to helping protect our precious freshwater resources needed for the world’s growing demand for sustainable food production, mitigating the risk of water-related disasters such as floods, droughts, and fires, predicting and forecasting extreme global change through the use of advanced remote sensing and modelling techniques, and co-creating traditional knowledge with western science to empower Indigenous communities in protecting water health. 

SPONSORS

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN

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SREDA

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JOHNSON FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Johnson Family Foundation supports the development of healthy, vibrant and just communities where individuals, families, and the next generation of leaders will thrive. JFF funds programs to improve the health of our environment; promote equality and social progress; and support education and youth.

JFF has supported LTAW and its initiatives since its inception, providing funding to create opportunities like the LTAW Challenge Grant opportunity available through the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI). 

WESTERN ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION

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TOURISM SASKATOON

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CITY OF SASKATOON

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PARTNERS

MEDIA PRODUCTION - UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN

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THE WALRUS

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CUAHSI

CUAHSI is a non-profit organization representing more than 130 U.S. universities and international water science-related organizations. CUAHSI develops and operates water-data services, educational activities, and community events to support the advancement of water science for research scientists, practitioners, and the public.

IHE DELFT

Based in The Netherlands and a member of the UN and UNESCO water family, IHE Delft is a premier graduate school providing Masters and PhD degrees in water studies, from diplomacy and governance to sanitation and hydroinformatics for students from around the globe, particularly from the Global South.

TU DELFT

The Technical University of Delft is a top research institute and the oldest technical university in the Netherlands. TU Delft has been a longtime supporter of Let's Talk About Water, providing speakers and content for LTAW film programs hosted annually in Delft for seven years. Dr. Nick van de Giesen, who holds the Van Kuffeler Chair of Water Resources Management in the Department of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at TU Delft, has served as a science advisor and board member with LTAW for many years. He also serves as the chairman of the Delft Global Initiative.

DELTARES

A premier water knowledge institute in the Netherlands with a worldwide project portfolio. Deltares hosts online the World Water Atlas which is an initiative of the High Level Panel on Water of the United Nations. This site will be one of our hosts for selected compelling films. The idea of “Too Much, Too Little and Too Dirty” originates from this site.

SASKATOON PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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GREATER SASKATOON CATHOLIC SCHOOLS

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