Implementation Roadmaps: fourth report releasedClimate and Water communities gather in Marseille for the 2nd International Conference on Water and ClimateSignature of the Local and Regional Authorities partnershipWorld Water Council elects the City of Dakar and country of Senegal as hosts of 2021 Forum.Deadline Extended – King Hassan II Great World Water Priz#ClimateIsWater: Hydrating the Climate Negotiations

Implementation Roadmaps: fourth report released

The World Water Council, in collaboration with Korea Water Forum and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of the Republic of Korea, is publishing the fourth and last edition of the Progress Report on Implementation Roadmaps. A final publication on the IRs will be developed for the 8th World Water Forum and will aim at sharing successful case studies, lessons learnt and contribution to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 


Climate and Water communities gather in Marseille for the 2nd International Conference on Water and Climate

The World Water Council, in cooperation with the COP22 Presidency as represented by the State Secretariat for Water of the Kingdom of Morocco, organized the 2nd International Conference on Water and Climate: Fostering dialogue on the road to COP23 in Marseille on 3 and 4 October 2017.


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Signature of the Local and Regional Authorities partnership

Through the signature of a Partnership Agreement, ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, United Cities and Local Governments, the Brazilian Confederation of Municipalities and the World Water Council committed to work together to address the important role that local and regional authorities and operators play in managing and providing water and sanitation for their populations while safeguarding water resources and to support cities in rising to this challenge.


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World Water Council elects the City of Dakar and country of Senegal as hosts of 2021 Forum.

On Saturday 26 November in Marseille, France, the World Water Council elected the capital city of Dakar and the country of Senegal to host the 9th World Water Forum in 2021. 


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Deadline Extended – King Hassan II Great World Water Priz

The Government of Morocco and the World Water Council are launching the 6th edition of the King Hassan II Great World Water Prize, one of the world's great distinctions in the water sector. The Prize will be awarded during the 8th World Water Forum in Brasilia (Brazil) with a grant of US$100,000. All candidatures must be submitted before 31 December 2017.

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#ClimateIsWater: Hydrating the Climate Negotiations

Water and climate change are interconnected yet this obvious link has been for a long time ignored in international climate summits. The #ClimateIsWater initiative, coordinated by the World Water Council federates members of the water community to speak with one voice, with the aim to reach out to the climate stakeholders for better consideration of water issues within the Climate Agenda. If you think water deserves more from climate negotiations, join #ClimateIsWater!

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Toward delivering on the Daegu and Gyeongbuk implementation commitment

Toward delivering on the Daegu and Gyeongbuk implementation commitment

During the Korea International Water Week 2017, from 20 to 23 of September, the World Water Council co-convened the second Implementation Roadmap Review Meeting and a World Water Partnership annual Meeting. These two initiatives aim at followingup on the previous World Water Fora, especially the 7th edition, and promoting the implementation of solutions.


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Signature of the Local and Regional Authorities partnership

Signature of the Local and Regional Authorities partnership

Through the signature of a Partnership Agreement, ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, United Cities and Local Governments, the Brazilian Confederation of Municipalities and the World Water Council committed to work together to address the important role that local and regional authorities and operators play in managing and providing water and sanitation for their populations while safeguarding water resources and to support cities in rising to this challenge.


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Climate and Water communities gather in Marseille for the 2nd International Conference on Water and Climate

Climate and Water communities gather in Marseille for the 2nd International Conference on Water and Climate

The World Water Council, in cooperation with the COP22 Presidency as represented by the State Secretariat for Water of the Kingdom of Morocco, organized the 2nd International Conference on Water and Climate: Fostering dialogue on the road to COP23 in Marseille on 3 and 4 October 2017.


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