PRESS RELEASE | Hungary, IFC, and 2030 WRG Expand on Successful Partnership to Create Markets and Respond to COVID-19 Pandemic

WASHINGTON, March 2, 2021 – The Government of Hungary and IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, formally kicked off the next phase of their partnership today, agreeing to work together on IFC’s creating markets strategy and on its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The expanded partnership builds on Hungary’s initial investment in 2014 which […]

Reuters Events: Interview: How WEF converts blue-sky thinking into real-world action

This article was originally published in Reuters Events and can be found here. As Davos goes online this year, Oliver Balch talks to Dominic Waughray of WEF’s Centre for Global Public Goods on the 50-year-old organisation’s approach to bringing about long-term, effective system transformation. The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual summit looks and feels remarkably different this […]

Global Water Intelligence Magazine: Ethiopia looks for ways to make zero-liquid discharge ambitions cost-effective

Source: Global Water Intelligence Magazine, Vol. 22, Issue 1, 21 January 2021 (membership only) The country’s industrial parks have led the way on ZLD treatment – can the authorities make it into a commercially sustainable business? Ethiopia’s Industrial Park Development Corporation (IPDC) is preparing to roll out a series of measures aimed at improving the […]

Bangladesh Channel i Report | Value Chain Incentives: transitioning from rice to more water efficient crop

2030 WRG in The Ethical Corporation Magazine: November 2020 edition

The November 2020 issue of The Ethical Corporation Magazine (view whole edition) featured 2030 WRG in two separate articles. Angeli Mehta reports: Finance firms come together in bid to overcome barriers to banking on biodiversity The World Bank’s 2030 Water Resources Group and Ceres’ Valuing Water Finance Taskforce are among groups coordinating collective action to […]

Daily News: Media, Private Sector, Crucial in Water Resource Protection

This article was originally published in the Daily News and can be found here. IN a bid to ensure water sources management, the government said on Thursday that there is a need to enhance participation and involvement of both the media and private sector. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Water, Engineer Anthony Sanga said […]

2020 Water Stewardship Event focuses on path to post-Covid-19 green recovery

This article was originally published in BizCommunity and can be found here. The recently held sixth annual Water Stewardship Event looked at how strengthened water sector governance and stewardship practices could provide a pathway for a green and inclusive recovery from the impacts of Covid-19. Over 200 water sector representatives were in attendance for the […]

Business Green: Unilever steps up water conservation efforts

Source: Business Green Toby Hill 30 July 2020 Consumer goods giant unveils latest commitments from its recently announced €1bn ‘nature and climate fund’ Unilever has set out plans for a raft of water management and conservation projects over the next decade, as the consumer goods giant unveiled the latest investments from its recently-announced €1bn ‘nature […]

Press coverage | 2030 WRG collaboration on COVID-19 response in Bangladesh

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Global Water Intelligence Magazine: Maharashtra state and 2030 Water Resources Group aim to pilot trading mechanism to incentivise reuse

Source: Global Water Intelligence Magazine, Vol. 21, Issue 3, 19 March 2020 (membership only) India’s highly industrialised Maharashtra region hopes to increase wastewater treatment and recycling through a novel trading mechanism for reuse certificates. The Indian state of Maharashtra and the 2030 Water Resources Group (WRG), a partnership hosted by the World Bank, are planning […]