Mayors for Drinkable Rivers is a network of mayors around the world who work towards drinkable rivers in their villages, cities, regions and watersheds.
The mayors signed a declaration and agree to improve the water quality of the rivers in their area with the common long term vision of drinkable rivers around the world.
The network was launched on the 1st of October 2020 by Li An Phoa, founder of Drinkable Rivers, mayor Boris Ravignon (Charleville-Mézières, France), mayor Maxime Prévot (Namur, Belgium) mayor Wim Hillenaar (Cuijk, the Netherlands) and Kees van der Lugt (Amsterdam International Water Week).
Clip Drinkable Rivers
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This mayor network learns and works towards Drinkable Rivers. The mayors have signed a declaration and the municipalities have agreed to work together to improve the water quality of the Meuse with the common long term vision of a Drinkable Meuse