Accelerating and Scaling Solutions on Water

In this video, our local partners in Peru reflect on the past 5 years (2014 – 2019) of the 2030 WRG Multi-Stakeholder Platform in the country (video in Spanish with English subtitles).

2030 WRG Water Security Partnerships

Learn more about our work in South Africa, Peru, and Karnataka, India. This video shows a selection of the many partners with which we collaborate as well as shares some insights into the various areas of our work.

Watch the Spanish language version here »

Kenya 2030 WRG Partnership

Our work on water-efficient irrigation in Kenya

Our work on industrial water use efficiency in Kenya

Our work on joint catchment management in Kenya

Site visit to Nairobi Bottlers Ltd./Coca-Cola Beverages

Leading by Example: Replicable Best Practices in Industrial Water Management

Supported by the 2030 WRG and the GIZ International Water Stewardship Programme, the Kenya Industrial Water Alliance organized a peer-to-peer learning exchange visit  to share unique best practices in industrial water management. This video features one such practice.

Red Lands Roses is a medium-sized flower farm producing roses exclusively for export. The company has invested in water-efficient technologies and operational approaches to reduce the volume of new water abstracted each day by recycling nearly all the water that is not either consumed or evaporated. Likewise, the minimal wastewater produced is bio-organically treated before being released back into the environment. Read or download the fact sheet here »

Water in the Anthropocene

Water in the Anthropocene is a 3-minute film charting the global impact of humans on the water cycle. Evidence is growing that our global footprint is now so significant that we have driven Earth into a new geological epoch – the Anthropocene. Human activities such as damming and agriculture are changing the global water cycle in significant ways. Source: Welcome to the Anthropocene

The Power of Partnerships

The private sector, governments, and civil society can achieve much more if they work together in partnerships. Find out how some of the world’s biggest players are coming together to help tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues from deforestation, to nutrition, food security, and health and hygiene. This film was produced by Unilever as an input to the United Nations Secretary General’s High-Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Source: Unilever