In the future, water will be the most important geopolitical resource – the key not only to fighting poverty, but also to ensuring peace and political stability. The new Blue Peace Index examines the situation in cross-border water regions
Learn about the threats to freshwater around the world and how Blue Peace turns competition over limited freshwater resources into collaboration, resulting in more peaceful, cohesive and sustainable.societies.
The Blue Peace Index assesses management of shared water resources across five pillars: Policy & legal frameworks, Institutional arrangements & participation, Water management instruments, Infrastructure & financing, and Cooperation. The inaugural 2019 index measures 24 countries around five basins: Amazon, Mekong, Sava, Senegal, and Tigris-Euphrates.