Земельные и водные ресурсы

WASAG has been designed to bring together key players across the globe and across sectors to tackle the collective challenge of using water better in agriculture to ensure food security for all. It is an initiative for partners from all fields and backgrounds to collaborate in supporting countries and stakeholders in their commitments and plans related to the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, the Paris Climate Agreement (including implementing nationally determined contributions) and other plans and programmes related to agriculture and water.

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As a precautionary health measure due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Italy and globally, the World Water Day 2020 Celebration at FAO Headquarters, Rome, Italy on 23 March 2020 has been cancelled

Instead, messages promoting the theme of "Water and Climate Change" with focus on agriculture are now published online and through other digital media, together with relevant material related to the World Water Day.

Celebrate with us by following the @FAOLandWater Twitter account and by clicking here to find out more on the World Water Day 2020 with the theme "Water and Climate Change" and how FAO together with partners of The Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture (WASAG) are supporting countries to cope with climate-induced pressures on water resources in agriculture.

As a precautionary health measure due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Italy and globally, the WASAG Partners Working Day at FAO Headquarters, Rome, Italy on 24 March 2020 has also been cancelled.

The Steering Committee meeting will be postponed to a later date.

“WASAG is committed to achieving food security and improved nutrition for all by adapting agricultural and food systems in conditions of increasing water scarcity in a changing climate. As a first step, by 2020, we shall deliver concrete outcomes towards that goal through our partner-led Working Groups, and from there take new steps, with more partners, to address the water scarcity challenge."  

Torkil Jønch Clausen, Chair of WASAG