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Record nummer 2244354
Titel artikel AIWW : from exchanging knowledge to building links : an impression of the AIWW 2017
Auteur(s) Nassou, V. van
Tijdschrifttitel Water governance
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2018)2
Paginering 72 - 75
Online full text
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) 'Water ... and 9 billion people’ was the theme of Amsterdam International Water Week (AIWW) 2017. This was an opportunity for cities, governments, policymakers and science & technology to discuss their current water challenges. AIWW 2017 represented the next step in the search for solutions to global water problems. The week focused on four major water challenges: water efficiency and value, institutional transition and governance, water management and resilience, and innovative water systems. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which were formulated by the UN to combat poverty, inequality and climate change, formed the guiding principle connecting all the AIWW themes. As Prime Minister Mark Rutte emphasised during the opening ceremony, creating value in the water chain is essential for the sustainable management and availability of water in future for everyone. This is directly related to SDG 6, which aims to ensure access to sustainable water management and the provision of sanitation for the entire global population by 2030. It can be concluded that even though technical innovations are constantly developing, sharing challenges and solutions enable progress and a step forward. To support this we urge for nominees for the next Sarphati Sanitation Awards in 2019.
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