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Learn about the latest research and practice from Cities4Forests, an initiative led by more than 60 cities around the world, to better conserve, manage, and restore forests and other natural infrastructure.


This webinar will explore how to raise political ambition to provide access to affordable, safe, and sustainable water and sanitation for the urban poor.


This report explores some of the thorniest water crises taking place across the developing world. While intensifying water challenges and the threats they pose to security are well documented, relatively few solutions have been presented. In this report, WRI, the Pacific Institute and the Water, Peace and Security Partnership offer potential solution sets to water challenges in key water-insecure hotspots around the world.

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Water-related conflict and political instability are on the rise across the globe. While no single solution will eliminate water insecurity, a wide variety of solutions are available.


A powerful network of city leaders — convened through Cities4Forests and the Global Commission on Adaptation — are using natural infrastructure to enhance water security and mitigate floods while addressing climate change and promoting social equity. At this event, part of World Water Week #AtHome, municipal leaders representing cities across three continents will demonstrate how implementing nature-based solutions at the city level can simultaneously contribute to cities’ adaptive capacity to climate change and advance social equity goals.


WRI, the Pacific Institute, and the Water, Peace & Security Partnership will host a webinar exploring solutions to water challenges, which can improve water resources management, drought response, flood prevention and access to safe, reliable and affordable water for all. A new report provides solution-oriented analysis and recommendations that decision-makers need to avert water crises around the world.


A panel of international experts will discuss the importance of sustainable cotton cultivation to the textile industry’s growth. Focusing on cotton growing communities in India, they will analyze climate change impacts and share actionable approaches to advance water and climate resilience in cotton cultivation, emphasizing challenges and opportunities for women. Part of World Water Week #AtHome.


This webinar series, jointly organized by Ceres, WBCSD and WRI, will bring together leading food-sector companies, investors and other stakeholders in the food and agriculture sector to explore how companies are managing water-related risks, discuss what investors can do to drive change and highlight new methods and tools available for risk management.


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