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INFOGRAPHICS: THE GLOBAL WATER CHALLENGE
- Financing investment in water
- The Global Water Challenge: in numbers
- The Ocean Economy
- The Global Water Challenge: Key facts
- What are the impacts of water pollution?
The Global Water Challenge: in numbers
There is a compelling economic case for investment in water but future investment needs are significantly higher than current financing flows (click on the images to enlarge).
The Global Water Challenge: Key Facts
LIST OF OUR VIDEOS RELATED TO WATER
- José Carrera's perspective on financing water
- Guangzhe Chen's perspective on financing water
- Henik Ovink's perspective on financing water
- Flood risks: Climate change adaptation and resilience
- Investing in water security for sustainable growth
- Price is right, use it well!
- Prioritising Water on the Global Agenda
- The Blue Economy
- Water: Balancing demand
- Wastewater and water quality
- Water pricing
- Links between the allocation and financing of water?
Mr. José Carrera, Corporate Vice President of Social Development, CAF
Infographic - Financing Investment in Water
Mr. Guanqzhe Chen, Senior Director, Global Water Practice, World Bank Group
Mr. Henik Ovink, Special Envoy for International Water Affairs, Kingdom of the Netherlands and Sherpa to the High Level Panel on Water
Prioritising Water on the Global Agenda - OECD Secretary-General
What are the links between the allocation and financing of water? Kathleen Dominique, OECD Environmental Economist
- Watch all OECD videos related to environment
- Watch all videos on the Perspectives on Financing Water
- Water Makes the World Go Round – The Water Economy with Xavier Leflaive, Water Team Leader, OECD Environment Directorate
GREEN TALKS LIVE - VIDEO RECORDINGS
The OECD Green Talks Live webinar series brings world experts together on pressing environmental issues for a global audience. These free webinars are open to the general public and participants are welcome to pose questions during the Q&A segment.
- Groundwater Allocation: Managing Growing Pressures on Quantity and Quality
- Degraded Waters: Emerging policy solutions to tackle diffuse pollution
Groundwater Allocation: Managing Growing Pressures on Quantity and Quality
Degraded Waters: Emerging policy solutions to tackle diffuse pollution