The Water Footprint Network

Founding Year: 2002



Dr. Rick Hogeboom (Executive Director)

The Network envisions a world in which clean water is shared “fairly amongst all people to sustain thriving communities and nature’s diversity.” To this end, it brings together a “global community of dedicated individuals and committed organizations” in order to achieve fair and smart water. Subsequently, it “initiates activities, shares best practices and develops tools and materials” that help reach its mission.



The Water Footprint Network contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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