The Economics of Water: transforming governance…

The Economics of Water: transforming governance to secure a sustainable, just and prosperous future - Special Event 3, 2023 UN Water Conference
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This open dialogue is an opportunity to discuss the criticality of the Water Action Agenda; highlight the need for the global water cycle to be managed as a global common good and safeguarded through effective multilateralism; and illustrate the governance conditions that are needed for a more efficient, just and sustainable use of water from the local to the global level to achieve water security.

This jointly chaired open dialogue of the Global Commission on the Economics of Water (GCEW) will initiate a global consultative process that will contribute to the final GCEW report in 2024. On this occasion, the key findings and provocations of the GCEW will be presented and discussed with the UN Major Groups and other stakeholders, as well as other collaborating organisations. 

Organizing partners: Global Commission on the Economics of Water, UN Major Groups, UN-Habitat, Local Authorities Major Group, IAAS, C40, World Food Forum, MetaMeta, Dutch Water Authorities, WaterWorX, OECD Water Governance Programme, UCLG