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By 2030, the world is projected to spend an estimated $10 trillion on repairing and expanding water infrastructure alone. As water demand surges, dams and treatment plants age, and more extreme floods and droughts threaten our water security and drive up water management costs, there is tremendous need for cost-effective, sustainable approaches to secure ample and clean water.
The World Resources Institute (WRI), Vitens Evides International (VEI) and IUCN National Committee of the Netherlands (IUCN NL) seek to catalyze a global movement through the Green Utility Network to enhance water security, strengthen climate resilience, and bolster economic development for 100 million people through a € 1 billion investment in green-gray water infrastructure to transform how utilities invest in water management.
The Green Utility Network will bring together commitments, resources, and knowledge to implement and scale-up green-green water infrastructure globally. These partners already joined us.
Initiators of the Green Utility Network: