Commitments

Les engagements de la Ville de Marseille

By Martine Vassal (Ville de Marseille)
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Marseille a souhaité apporter sa contribution à la plateforme en apportant des solutions et s’engageant concrètement en faveur de la cause de l’eau. La Ville de Marseille a en effet soumis 28 solutions (mises en œuvre et expérimentées) et 3 engagements important. 

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Commitments by the World Water Council

By Loic Fauchon (World Water Council)
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Friday evening during the Commitments Session at the World Water Forum in Marseille, Mr Loïc Fauchon, President of the World Water Council, presented the Council’s commitments for the future of water.

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Commitments by the French Government

By (Republic of France )
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France, as a co-organizer of the The 6th World Water Forum, made commitments both at the level of government and with the various other actors who participated in the preparatory processes established by the French Government.

 

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Water agencies and the ONEMA undertake to develop an ecosystem-based approach to water

By (ONEMA and French water agencies)
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Water agencies and the ONEMA have made commitments in relation to four strategic approaches :

  1. The implementation of the right to water and sanitation at national and international levels ; 
  2. Integrated governance of water adapted to each basin ; 
  3. Regaining control of the quality of the resource ; 
  4. The ecosystem aspect

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Water agencies and the ONEMA undertake to regain control of the quality of water resources

By (ONEMA and French water agencies)
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Water agencies and the ONEMA have made commitments in relation to four strategic approaches :

  1. The implementation of the right to water and sanitation at national and international levels ; 
  2. Integrated governance of water adapted to each basin ; 
  3. Regaining control of the quality of the resource ; 
  4. The ecosystem aspect

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Water agencies undertake to develop an integrated model of water governance adapted to each basin and based on a policy of innovation

By (ONEMA and French water agencies)
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Water agencies and the ONEMA have made commitments in relation to four strategic approaches :

  1. The implementation of the right to water and sanitation at national and international levels ; 
  2. Integrated governance of water adapted to each basin ; 
  3. Regaining control of the quality of the resource ; 
  4. The ecosystem aspect

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The water agencies undertake to pursue the implementation of the right to water and sanitation at national and international levels

By (ONEMA and French water agencies)
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Water agencies and the ONEMA have made commitments in relation to four strategic approaches :

  1. The implementation of the right to water and sanitation at national and international levels ; 
  2. Integrated governance of water adapted to each basin ; 
  3. Regaining control of the quality of the resource ; 
  4. The ecosystem aspect

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Foster adoption of CS2.6 solutions

By Thomas Panella (Asian Development Bank)
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The ADB Water Operational Plan 2011-2020 is committed to activities that will help foster adoption of the CS2.6 solutions and improved financing within the framework of the action plan to achieve the targets. Enhanced analytical work to support its developing member countries in the water sector is important element. 

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Convening a new dialogue on climate change, water and development

By John Matthews (The Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA)/ Conservation International)
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Climate change is already transforming the water cycle by altering the timing, location, and patterns of precipitation, thereby shifting surface and groundwater flows. Water is embedded within economies and ecosystems, so even small changes in the water cycle are already having major impacts on the development trajectory of many nations. In order for economic investments to be effective over the long term, a new generation of resilient water management approaches is necessary.

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Network of Water Governance Leaders under OECD Leadership

By Aziza AKHMOUCH (OECD)
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This strong network of governance leaders will be crucial to make sure that the Marseilles’ solution-oriented forum is followed by concrete steps. While stimulating fruitful and insightful debates, the network will allow moving from discussion to action, creating a constant dialogue to share practices and learn from successes as well as from failures. It will be instrumental in designing the roadmap towards Marseilles and will continue to be critical afterwards. This community of actors with a leading role to improve water management relies not only on “thinkers” but also on “do-ers” to support, for example, the implementation of governance targets agreed upon.

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