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From a climate resilience perspective, the previously mentioned paradigm shift on vulnerability and risk is largely reflected today in the UN Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. Since its publication in 2015, the global framework has leveraged a transition away from crisis management towards risk planning that was already underway in European countries like Spain since the 1990s. It has also been effective in creating a frame for international coordination on the management of hydrometeorological risks such as droughts. The Sendai Framework will remain in force until 2030, and in the context of the current climate crisis that raises citizen awareness but also emboldens Member States interest on implementing measures to increase water supply. It will also be an important lever to maintain the emphasis on addressing unsustainable water management and exploitation practices.

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