UNESCO will seek concrete action from the upcoming World Water Forum in western Japan following years of failure to seriously address global water goals, the director of the body’s World Water Assessment Program said Wednesday.

“We would hope to see a very sound portfolio for actions,” said Gordon Young, adding that priority should be given to the most effective plans.

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