Water has clear strategic importance for climate change across sectors, ecosystems, and locations. This is evidenced by the number of mentioned UNs Sustainable Development Goals, which are connected to this element.

Water also plays a key role in EU legislation, including being one of the six environmental objectives of the framework to facilitate sustainable investment (2020).

Within the fund taxonomy, the "water" category includes projects and companies focusing on sustainable water management, dealing with water as a threatened vital resource, and solving problems with pollution or drought.

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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 2 - Konec hladu
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 3 - Zdraví a kvalitní život
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 8 - Důstojná práce a ekonomický růst
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 9 - Průmysl, inovace a infrastruktura
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 11 - Udržitelná města a obce
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 12 - Odpovědná spotřeba a výroba
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 14 - Život ve vodě
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Cíl udržitelného rozvoje č. 15 - Život na souši
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Within the "Water" category, EnWin supports projects and companies focused on innovative solutions, especially in the following areas:

  • sustainability of water use as a resource across industries, trade and services, agriculture, forestry, water management, and, last but not least, human settlements and households

  • water availability and quality

  • ecological impact of the life cycle of a product or service (assessed, inter alia, through the "water footprint")

  • neutral and circulating products and innovative solutions supporting the sustainable use of water resources within the circular economy

  • digitization and work with data for monitoring pollution and water availability or for preventing losses and optimizing the use of water and water resources

  • urban and infrastructure development in the application of the principles of sustainability and circularity in water management, incl. concept of green cities and the promotion of biodiversity in urban areas

  • reducing pollution from large industrial installations and strengthening the capacity to prevent industrial accidents

  • increasing water retention in the landscape as prevention of hydrological extremes

  • technologies that support the reduction of pesticide and fertilizer use in agriculture and actively reduce water pollution from excess nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, etc.) in line with the principles of a Europe-wide "farmer to consumer" strategy

  • prevention, monitoring, and removal of contamination from microplastics and medicinal products

  • water quality in the environment of the blue economy (use of the potential of the seas and oceans according to the EU concept)

  • conservation of biodiversity in lakes, rivers, and wetlands through new technologies or the implementation of eco-innovation


the detailed specification

of all 4 areas.