French Water Partnership present the French know-how to respond to climate change (52 pages – 6,3 Mo).
The French Water Partnership (FWP) is a non-profit organization. It was founded in 2007 on World Water Day. It is a French platform for discussing and exchanging ideas that helps to place water at the top of the global political agenda. It also helps to share the collective know-how of French players throughout the world. The FWP now counts more than 120 members from the public and private water sectors.
The FWP consists of six panels made up of representatives from :
- the government and its public institutions;
- NGOs, organizations and foundations;
- regional authorities and parliamentarians;
- economic players;
- research and training establishments and
- French and foreign private individuals.
It carries out its activities in a collaborative manner, without any category of members taking priority over the others. Together they develop common, consensus-based messages and communicate them in European and international bodies and networks such as the United Nations, the European Union, the Union for the Mediterranean and at events such as the World Water Forum and the World Water Week in Stockholm.