[1/4] The WWC is involved in the World Conservation Congress

    To make water the commitment of all !


    From 3 to 11 September, more than 1400 governmental, civil society and indigenous peoples organizations gathered at the World Conservation Congress in Marseille, which is also the city of the headquarters of the World Water Council (WWC), to define priorities and guide actions for conservation and sustainable development.

    On this occasion, the World Water Council was mobilized to offer water an international platform through its booth and various events.

    This action is in line with the WWC's approach to increasingly federate the world's actors around the absolute necessity to place water at the heart of public concerns and policies, with a view to establishing a fair balance between water for man and water for nature. 


    A look back at the highlights of the WWC at the World Conservation Congress:


    Loïc Fauchon invited to opening and closing of the plenary on Freshwater: "Our Freshwater Global Risk-Taking Actions to Reverse the Trend"

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    • Launch of a historic call for signatures:

    "No water security without ecological security / No ecological security without water security"

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    • World Water Council Booth: Water, time for commitments 

    Visit of the World Water Council booth in the "Freshwater" area of the Exhibition Hall


    The booth is a place for information, a place of exchange for WWC members and visitors to the Congress, and a place of commitments (see hereunder the signing of the declaration "No water security without ecological security / No ecological security without water security").









    • Working meetings with international personalities

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