April 10, 2018

The future of integrated water resources management

Opening a drinking water tap is a simple and cheap daily activity, one that is considered a given in many parts of the world. Those certainties may be questioned in the coming years if major funding and investment are not realised, in particular for the renewal of aging water distribution networks and diversifying alternative water resources to better manage growing water scarcity. Reynald Bonnard is Director of the International Research Center On Water and Environment (C.I.R.S.E.E.) – the principal SUEZ Environmental research center in the field of water and waste. His concern is to make sure that all the right conditions of collaboration are in place to elaborate new solutions, products or services with partners and clients that can solve the challenges they face. "The more important the challenge, the more fruitful the collaboration people will be." Join him at the World Water Congress: www.worldwatercongress.org

Rui Veras

Marketing and Communications Director (Interim)
Rui is a communications professional trained as a political scientist with a focus in international relations and global environmental governance. As a perception strategist he is keen on sustainable social evolution. He has developed his career unde... Read full biography