Integrated water resource management

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    The Council encourages the development of innovative policies that support integrated water resources management.

    The World Water Council is currently considering a systemic approach that takes into account the links between food, energy, health, education, water quality and the circular economy, in particular the reuse of wastewater.

    Strategic actions

    • Change concepts and implementation of water management 
    • Promote the implementation of sound and sustainable water management policies 
    • Draw attention to the need to manage water resources as an integral part of social and economic development 
       

     

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