Title: Valuing Water, Enabling Change.
The lack of public attention makes the work of water-focused global initiatives all the more important. Effective water management begins with evidence-based planning long before disaster strikes. By the time a river bursts its banks in flood, or dams run dry, the best anyone can do is control the level of damage caused. Planning for the long-term is especially important in the context of climate change, which is seeing natural disasters like floods and droughts occur more frequently and intensely across the globe.
By 2030, global demand for fresh water will exceed supply by 40%. In many areas, water has already run out. The 2030 Water Resources Group forges multi-stakeholder partnerships, or MSPs, to collectively manage this scarce resource for the benefit of people, ecosystems, and economies. This report tracks their activities and impacts between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020. It provides a record of their strategic approach and their work at the country level.
Catégorie : Gestion des Ressources en Eau