Circular cities: a circular water economy for cleaner, greener, healthier, more prosperous cities

This is the first in a series of papers that highlight new ways of thinking about global water resources. This Imagine If Water Series aims to inspire, provoke and invite new ideas. The world’s water resources are a system already pushed to the edge. At the same time, water is connected to a diverse set of burning economic, social and environmental issues. In today’s context, where the world strives to restart its engines while addressing multiple economic and social priorities, it is necessary to see water as a catalyst and as a key to unlocking multiple wins spanning these pressing issues to achieve a more equitable and sustainable global economy.