Water scarcity is no longer merely a series of local or even national crises. World trade in food and energy resources means our interconnected water security problem is global. Water resource management transcends the needs of any single people, place or sector and instead has an impact on global societies, nations and economic activity. The 2030 WRG supports governments –India, State of Karnataka, Tanzania, Peru, Mongolia, Mexico and South Africa, are some of them- to create an enabling environment for the private sector, the civil society and other stakeholders to make a bigger contribution to sustainable water resources management. Our aim is to cooperatively identifying and analyzing risks and opportunities: sponsors platforms for multi-stakeholder dialog and contributing to collective actions to closing the gap between long-term water resource needs and water resource availability in a sustainable and equitable manner.