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WORLD WATER DAY 2015: WATER FOR A SUSTAINABLE WORLD


The GRUPO TERMAS adheres one more year to support actions contributing to the disclosure of the United Nations World Water Development Report. The WWDR 2015 demonstrates how water resources and services are essential to achieving global sustainability.



Water Day 2015 // Water Sustainable WorldWater is at the core of sustainable development. Water resources, and the range of services they provide, underpin poverty reduction, economic growth and environmental sustainability. From food and energy security to human and environmental health, water contributes to improvements in social wellbeing and inclusive growth, affecting the livelihoods of billions.

In a sustainable world that is achievable in the near future, water and related resources are managed in support of human well-being and ecosystem integrity in a robust economy. Sufficient and safe water is made available to meet every person’s basic needs, with healthy lifestyles and behaviours easily upheld through reliable and affordable water supply and sanitation services, in turn supported by equitably extended and efficiently managed infrastructure. Water resources management, infrastructure and service delivery are sustainably financed.

THE WWDR 2015

EThe WWDR 2015 demonstrates how water resources and services are essential to achieving global sustainability. Taking account of economic growth, social equity and environmental sustainability, the report’s forward-looking narrative describes how major challenges and change factors in the modern world will affect – and can be affected by – water resources, services and related benefits.

The report provides a comprehensive overview of major and emerging trends from around the world, with examples of how some of the trend‐related challenges have been addressed, their implications for policy‐makers, and further actions that can be taken by stakeholders and the international community.
" Water flows through the three pillars of sustainable development – economic, social and environmental. Water resources, and the essential services they provide, are among the keys to achieving poverty reduction, inclusive growth, public health, food security, lives of dignity for all and long-lasting harmony with Earth’s essential ecosystems, said Ban Ki-moon Secretary-General of the United Nations.

The publication of the World Water Development Report 2015, “Water for a Sustainable World”, comes as Member States strive to build on the gains made under the MDG framework, articulate an inspiring post-2015 development agenda and reach an ambitious agreement on climate change.

The report illustrates the complex linkages between water and critical areas such as human health, food and energy security, urbanization, industrial growth and climate change. It also describes the status of the world’s water resources, including an overview of the impacts of unsustainable growth on freshwater resources, and suggests possible responses to these challenges.
The World Water Development Report 2015, coordinated by UNESCO’s World Water Assessment Programme, brings together 31 UN-Water Members and 37 Partners, and offers data and information aimed at policy- and decision-makers, inside and outside the water sector.

"The decisions that determine how water resources are used (or abused) are not made by water managers alone. Progress towards sustainable development thus requires engaging a broad range of actors. I appeal to Government leaders as well as civil society and the private sector to join forces to protect and share our most precious resource, and to build a more sustainable future for all", said Ban Ki-moon Secretary-General of the United Nations.
The management of the earth’s water resources must be urgently improved concludes the 2015 United Nations World Water Development Report. The Report has been launched on 20 March in New Delhi (India).

| Sources : www.worldwaterday.org | UN World Water Development Report 2015 | Download the World Water Development Report 2015, Water for a Sustainable World (pdf) |

Water is Equality. Every day Woman spend 200 million hours carrying water.
Water is Equality. Every day Woman spend 200 million hours carrying water.

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