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Water Use, Water Supply and Climate Change

You are cordially invited to attend SPN's April Panel on Pressing Water Issues

Panelists: Marc Robert, COO, Water Asset Management; Vlada Kenniff, Director, NYC Environmental Protection, Bureau of Environmental Planning & Analysis | Planning & Water Demand Projections GIS ; David Walker, Director, Environmental Sustainability, Pepsico and Larry Levine, Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council.

Panel Description: Water is a basic human right, but potable water has become increasingly scarce due to pollution, industrial development and climate change. We are in the midst of serious energy and water problems; the two issues are closely linked. The water supply sector uses large amounts of energy to transport, treat, and deliver water. For the energy sector, water is used in all energy creation stages including: extraction, processing, refining and transporting the fuels to power-generation sources. As cities continue to grow, water-use efficiency and conservation are needed to ensure adequate protection of water supply for these growing populations. The panel will examine what water conservation measures are being implemented by governments and corporations. In addition, it will address what citizens can do to ensure that this important resource is being preserved and protected. About SPN: The Sustainability Practice Network (SPN) is a New-York-based forum for professionals working with corporate responsibility and sustainability issues to build community based on learning, discussion, information and idea exchange. There are over one thousand members on our list-serve, representing practitioners from industry, academia, government and NGO's. For more information please visit:

About SEA: The mission of the Social Enterprise Association (SEA) at the NYU Stern School of Business is to serve as a resource and network for students who desire to use their business skills for social good in the for-profit, non-profit, and public sectors.

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    In all honesty I was disappointed. I left this forum asking myself why did I attend. I walk away with nothing.

    April 21, 2010

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