Further climate stabilization activities
Large-scale landscapes restoration and revitalization programs adopted by many countries worldwide decreasing flood and drought risks on regional, national and river basin levels.
Increase water retention capacity of the continents, and its soils, by at least seven hundred cubic kilometers to renew water cycles between atmosphere, landscapes, and its soils.
Cumulatively revitalized at least 50 % of the human impacted territories on continents (urban, rural, agricultural land and forest) by water retention and green infrastructure measures.
Profound structural changes to agricultural, spatial planning and economy policies across all geographical levels lead by new water pillar of the policies – harmonization of public policies and public expenditures enabling and respecting the need for water cycles renewal.
New socio-economic and cultural development and improvements followed in countries and regions undertaking the measures and landscapes revitalization agenda based on new water policy and New water paradigm.