This session will bring together shared experiences in systems and technologies to allocate, regulate and efficiently manage water use by all stakeholders including industry and the environment. Water markets, metering, licensing, centralized management, user pays and leveraging private investment are all being tried, in combination and alone, to achieve the rational and efficient sharing, management and use of water among competing stakeholders. Using a workshop format with three or four case studies, participants will debate the relative merits of different approaches in achieving genuine triple bottom line outcomes beyond narrow economic parameters.
MEMBERS OF THE SESSION COORDINATION GROUP
"National Water Agency - ANA (Brazil)
NSW Irrigators´ Council (Australia)
K-water Convergence Institute (Korea)
IBRAM - Brazilian Institute of Mining (Brazil)
● Anthony Akpan. Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE)
● Ju Hee Jeung. K-water Convergence Institute, Korea, Asia, Public Agency
● Marwan “Mohammad Said” Abdalrahman Bdair. Palestinian Water Authority, Palestine.
● Wesley Gabrieli de Souza. National Water Agency, Brazil. Male,
● Stefanie Schulte. NSW Irrigators’ Council, Australia
● Claire Miller. Dairy Australia.
● Alexandre Gross. Center for sustainability studies of Fundação Getúlio, Vargas, Brazil.