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visionary responses to global water challenges


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tinuingi g to achieve economic growth in chang timesing for growth and resilient communities.


 Designing our cities of the futur in balance.


Designing our cities of the future to be environment in balance


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 Harnessing w ter as a r  M e e ficienf


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Harnessing water as a resource and a sustainable ener y sour Mor


ore efficient water use for agricultur solutions, to provide “more crop per drop”.


 Reducing our w ter footprin ds ec


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educing our water footprint and making a step- towards eco-effective water use.


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deal with both floods and drough opportunities.


ble energy source.


ter use for agriculture through technical and institutiona “more crop per drop”


and making a ste change from eco ff- p-change from eco-efficien ficie through technical and institutionall ent cial hts.


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