Water resource management is one of the building blocks for sustainable development. Although water is rising on political and global agendas, it still requires a more prominent place. Along with the actual work of implementation beginning, cities and regions are becoming leaders in ground-level realization. This discussion is inspired by the political nature of water resource management and hence, the need for sound governance.
Key note speech: Mr. Henrique Villa – Coordinator of SGDs National Commission, Brazil
Ms. Maria do Rosario, Mayor of Caninde, Brazil
Mr. Jose Luis Inglese, President AySA (Buenos Aires), Argentina
Mr. Maurício Brusadim, Environment Secretary from the State of São Paulo
Mr. Martin Moyo, Mayor of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Mr. Thierry Burlot, Vice-President of Région Bretagne, for Environment, Water and Climate Change, President of the Water Bassin Agency for Western Fran
Moderated by: Jean-Baptiste Buffet; UCLG