According to UN Water, a staggering 10,000 participants gathered at UN Headquarters and online for three days of discussions to urgently scale up action and contributed more than 700 commitments aimed at driving transformation towards a water-secure world. Signatories to the Declaration for Fair Water Footprints worked hard to raise the profile of the initiative during the week. […]
The Declaration for Fair Water Footprints is delighted to welcome three new Signatories who joined us on World Water Day. Banka BioLoo Limited (Banka Bio) is an award-winning enterprise engaged in developing innovative WASH infrastructure and services across India. The company provides, and services WASH infrastructure, ensures appropriate treatment of related waste and undertakes resource recovery and […]
+ High-income nations like UK, USA, Japan and the Netherlands dependent on water from beyond their borders to produce their goods- new analysis traces these water footprints to areas of the Global South facing extreme water insecurity +50% of the water, from rivers and aquifers, used within the external water footprints of high-income economies is […]
Declaration for Fair Water Footprints pledges to put water justice and climate resilience at the heart of the global economy
This week, governments, businesses, and civil society from around the world will come together during the UN 2023 Water Conference convened by the UN General Assembly. A call has been made for commitments, pledges, and actions that support the water actions outlined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development – actions that prioritise innovative and transformative ideas […]
The Glasgow Declaration for Fair Water Footprints was launched a year ago at COP26. What progress has been made since then? And what comes next?