Water cycle as a Global Common Good


Hosted by the Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS), the Water cycle as a Global Common Good panel featured:

  • Joyeeta Gupta from the University of Amsterdam
  • Quentin Grafton from the Australian National University
  • Xavier Leflaive from the OECD
  • Moderated by Aromar Revi, Director of IIHS

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