World Water Week is not just the leading annual conference on global water issues, it is also a powerful movement for change. In 2021, World Water Week focuses on the major transformations that need to take place if we are to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and slash carbon emissions.
Within a decade, we must rethink everything from how we grow food and generate energy to how we travel and use natural resources. This will require innovation on an epic scale and collaboration between people from all over the world with many different skills and backgrounds. Since all these transformations are closely linked to water, World Water Week has an important role to play as a meeting place for collaboration and learning.
Join us on 23-27 August and take part in the programme with the theme Building Resilience Faster. Here you find more than 300 sessions on a broad range of topics, curated by SIWI but convened by world-leading organizations that share their latest insights. Much of the programme evolves around five top challenges that require our immediate attention – learn more here about how they are linked to water.Learn More