World Water Council elects the City of Dakar and country of Senegal as hosts of 2021 Forum.Actions for a water-secure world20th Anniversary Celebrations with the City of MarseilleFruitful 8th Forum discussions convened in Marseille#ClimateIsWater: Hydrating the Climate NegotiationsWorld Water Council presents Water Action Day outcomes at CoP22Bringing together water and climate at COP2220 years ago, who thought water was a global priority? We did.

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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Actions for a water-secure world

Budapest, 2 December 2016 – The Budapest Water Summit 2016 ended on Wednesday after three days of High Level Panels and Forums and months of international consultative processes. During a special ceremony, participants presented the Budapest Water Summit Messages and Policy Recommendations which lay out the concrete directions and guidelines needed to ensure the successful implementation of the Agenda 2030 and its water-related goals.  


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20th Anniversary Celebrations with the City of Marseille

The World Water Council Board of Governors and members were welcomed yesterday by Jean-Claude Gaudin, Mayor of Marseille and Governor of the World Water Council, for their final meeting of the year. 


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Fruitful 8th Forum discussions convened in Marseille

Marseille, 24 November 2016 - The 8th World Water Forum International Steering Committee (ISC) and Commissions held a series of meetings this week at the World Water Council headquarters in Marseille to continue the preparatory process of the Forum.


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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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World Water Council presents Water Action Day outcomes at CoP22

The World Water Council, through its Honorary President Loïc Fauchon, was pleased to be able to report on the outcomes of the first Action Day for Water in the history of the CoPs at the High-level Event on Accelerating Climate Action held on the eve of the closing ceremony of CoP22. 


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Bringing together water and climate at COP22

The World Water Council is actively engaged at the COP22 which kicked-off on the 7th of November and  continues through until 18 November. In particular, the Council has worked closely over the past year with the French and Moroccan CoP Presidencies and other partners to facilitate the organization of the first official UNFCCC Global Climate Action Day for Water on 9 November in Marrakech. The collaborative action of members of the global water community has enabled CoP22 to become a landmark in the history of the UN Climate Conference, making water much more visible within the climate debate.  Click below to read more about World Water Council activities at the COP22.


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20 years ago, who thought water was a global priority? We did.

The idea of forming a ‘world water council’ to unite efforts in global water management was first proposed in 1992 at the UN Conference on Environment and Development in Dublin and at the first Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Over the next few years, there was much discussion and debate to establish the vision, objectives and scope of activities for such an organization. This culminated with the creation of the World Water Council, which was registered in Marseille in June of 1996. This year, ...


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Actions for a water-secure world

Actions for a water-secure world

Budapest, 2 December 2016 – The Budapest Water Summit 2016 ended on Wednesday after three days of High Level Panels and Forums and months of international consultative processes. During a special ceremony, participants presented the Budapest Water Summit Messages and Policy Recommendations which lay out the concrete directions and guidelines needed to ensure the successful implementation of the Agenda 2030 and its water-related goals.


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20th Anniversary Celebrations with the City of Marseille

20th Anniversary Celebrations with the City of Marseille

The World Water Council Board of Governors and members were welcomed yesterday by Jean-Claude Gaudin, Mayor of Marseille and Governor of the World Water Council, for their final meeting of the year.


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Fruitful 8th Forum discussions convened in Marseille

Fruitful 8th Forum discussions convened in Marseille

Marseille, 24 November 2016 - The 8th World Water Forum International Steering Committee (ISC) and Commissions held a series of meetings this week at the World Water Council headquarters in Marseille to continue the preparatory process of the Forum.


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