Directly related to both SDG 6.5 and SDG 13 (target 13.3).
BAFWAC: The Business Alliance for Water and Climate was formed in ahead of the COP21 Paris agreement with founding partners, CDP, WBCSD, and Suez. The Mandate currently serves as coordinator. Companies who are part of BAFWAC commit to 1) analyzing and sharing water related risks to implement collaborative response strategies 2) measure and report on water use data and 3) reduce impacts on water in their operations and throughout their value chain. BAFWAC is also building a community of best practice of tools and resources around three innovation areas: circular water management, climate resilient agriculture, and natural infrastructure.
WfWP together with NGO/ CSO colleagues, established the Butterfly Effect NGO network.
The Global Hydrometry Support Facility (WMO HydroHub) makes the portfolio of expertise of WMO Members “ from science to technology to services“ available to end-users of hydrometeorological data and services from various economic sectors as tailored services. These connections help to increase the base of hydrometeorological data “ catalyzed by innovative technologies and approaches “ to support WMO Members in water-related decision-making. See https://hydrohub.wmo.int/en/home for more information.
The Humboldt Current Large Marine Ecosystem project promotes sustainable consumption and production through the ECO-CERTIFICATION OF FISHERIES.
Raise public awareness on the importance of water and its conservation through a comprehensive national awareness programme targeting youth and women particularly “The Lebanese Center for Water Management and Conservation” (LCWMC) Lebanon
Advice on declaration for HRWS for ASEAN countries followed by thematic study with an emphasis on Rural Communities. Initially brought in as expert advisors, WaterLex has since been able to develop a long term programme adopted by all ten countries to assess their current situation with respect to SDG 6 and the HRWS, both from law and in practice.