Netherlands and Water Alliance join the UN Global Compact Cities Programme

Since mid-2014, The Water Council has amped up efforts to create a borderless international innovation network to promote the sharing of water solutions among technology clusters worldwide. Working behind the scenes to secure strategic partnerships with other leading international water technology clusters in Leeuwarden, Netherlands and Montpellier, France, has set the stage for the creation of a global, borderless, mega-network to promote cross-collaboration, partnerships, business opportunities, and exchange of innovative water solutions amongst the world’s leading water technology clusters.

Read the full story featured in World Water Magazine, Volume 38/Issue 5, starting on page 22, HERE.

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