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International Water Association launches Principles for Water Wise Cities


During the World Water Congress and Exhibition in Brisbane, the International Water Association (IWA) launched the Principles for Water Wise Cities, with a call for further cities to provide their endorsement. The IWA developed the Principles for Water Wise Cities to inspire change among urban and local leaders and catalyse a shift in the current water management paradigm to make cities more resilient and liveable. The Principles for Water Wise Cities outlines a framework to assist urban leaders and professionals to develop and implement their vision for sustainable urban water and resilient planning and design in their cities. Through the Principles, urban leaders, water managers, individuals and other stakeholders are inspired to collaboratively find solutions on urban water management challenges, and implement water wise management strategies through a shared vision that will enable the development of flexible and adaptable cities.

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