WMO HydroConference Draft Conference Statement

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Three years into the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and at the start of the UN decade “Water for sustainable development”, the state of our water resources is recognized as one of the greatest global challenges faced by our rapidly transforming world. 

Access to reliable information in a timely way is thus an imperative that requires immediate, coordinated action at national, regional and global level and is key to adapting our societies to climate change and improving human quality of life.

 

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