10th World Water Forum in Bali: Pathways towards “Water for shared prosperity”

    During a special session at the IWRA Congress, Loïc Fauchon stressed the need to bring water-related decisions up to the political level.

    As co-organiser and parent organisation of the World Water Forum, the World Water Council has always insisted that water is a political issue.
    In our development of water management, we focus on new technologies, the development of experiences and innovations thanks to today's rapidly evolving digitalisation.  That's why we've been saying for many years: "Stop ignoring water! And that's why we need to look at the three pillars of water from a political, thematic and regional perspective.