Professor David Grey appointed member of World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Water Security

Professor David Grey has been appointed as a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Water Security.

The World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Councils are intellectual networks which convene leading thinkers from business, government, academia and civil society to address key global issues. The 80 Councils capture knowledge on critical issues and help integrate it into global decision-making.

The Global Agenda Council on Water Security provides a multidisciplinary, multistakeholder platform for discussing, highlighting and taking collective action on shared water challenges. It recognises the need for a fundamental rethink in the way water is managed, focusing simultaneously on supply, investment, allocation, regulation and conservation. Members apply interdisciplinary and long-term thinking to identify breakthrough ideas and set the direction for global, regional and industry agendas.

With over 30 years experience working at the interface of water resources science, policy and implementation, David Grey is well placed to provide insights on new pathways to advance global water security issues. He is Visiting Professor of Water Policy at the School of Geography and the Environment. Visit David Grey’s personal webpage.

 

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