Stockholm World Water Week2013 Annual ReportKing Hassan II Great World Water PrizeInternational conference on Water and Energy, Lyon, France7th World Water Forum, Water for our futureWorld Water Council: An International Multi-Stakeholder Platform for a Water Secure World

Stockholm World Water Week

From 31 August to 5 September, the World Water Council will be participating in the World Water Week in Stockholm. This year’s edition is drawing particular attention to the interactions and synergies to be built between water and energy. The event is organized by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI).

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2013 Annual Report

The report will bring you insight on the major events the Council co-organized in 2013, the developments on the World Water Council’s policies and programs, the progress on the organization of the 7th World Water Forum, as well as the follow up on the Forum of Marseille.

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King Hassan II Great World Water Prize

The Government of Morocco and the World Water Council are launching the call for candidatures for the 5th edition of the King Hassan II Great World Water Prize, which rewards excellence or innovation in “Cooperation and sound management in the development and use of water resources.” The winner will be granted an award of US$100,000.

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International conference on Water and Energy, Lyon, France

From 29 to 31 October 2014, in view of the upcoming 7th World Water Forum, the conference “Preserving the Flow” will gather together water and energy related stakeholders, at an international level, including government and public organizations, local and regional authorities, companies, NGOs, users association, scientists and researchers.

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7th World Water Forum, Water for our future

The 7th World Water Forum to be held in Daegu - Gyeongbuk, Republic of Korea, 12-17 April 2015, will focus on the implementation of the solutions that were identified during the 6th edition (France, 2012) in line with its 3 strategic goals.

 

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World Water Council: An International Multi-Stakeholder Platform for a Water Secure World

The World Water Council was established in 1996 in response to increasing concern from the global community about world water issues. Its mission is to promote awareness, build political commitment and trigger action on critical water issues at all levels, including the highest decision-making level, to facilitate the efficient management and use of water in all its dimensions and on an environmentally sustainable basis.

 

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Candidatures open for the Kyoto World Water Grand Prize

Candidatures open for the Kyoto World Water Grand Prize

The World Water Council and the Japan Water Forum invite grassroots organizations from developing countries to submit their candidatures for the 4th edition of the Kyoto World Water Grand Prize.


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Latin American countries gather around water issues

Latin American countries gather around water issues

The 2nd edition of the Latin America Water Week opened Monday 23 June. The event offers a platform to Latin American countries to build consensus on pressing issues facing the region. “Water is a highly political issue. Managing water requires making choices between constraints and opportunities shared among human welfare, economic growth and ecological protection,” said World Water Council President Benedito Braga during his opening address.


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King Hassan II Great World Water Prize

King Hassan II Great World Water Prize

The Government of Morocco and the World Water Council are launching the call for candidatures for the 5th edition of the King Hassan II Great World Water Prize, which rewards excellence or innovation in “Cooperation and sound management in the development and use of water resources.” The winner will be granted an award of US$100,000.


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World Water Forum

The World Water Council's major event is the World Water Forum. Learn more about the Forum and how every three years it brings together stakeholders from all over the world to address international water issues:

Become a WWC member

The World Water Council counts over 300 member organisations, representing more than 50 countries worldwide. Find out more on Council membership and on how to become a member.

Water Policy Journal

Apply to our WorldWaterPrizes

The World Water Council has two prestigious water related Prizes, which are awarded on the occasion of the triennial World Water Forum: The King Hassan II Great World Water Prize and the Kyoto World Water Grand Prize.
 

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