June 8-10 in Atlanta, GA: Attend One Water Summit 2016

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

One Water Summit

From June 8-10, 2016, leaders who are transforming how the nation views, values, and manages water resources will gather in Atlanta, Georgia for One Water Summit 2016. Will you be joining us?

One Water Summit 2016 is the nation’s premier gathering of utilities, business leaders, policymakers, environmental advocates, community leaders, and researchers—in short, the country’s sharpest minds addressing our nation’s most urgent water challenges to build stronger and more prosperous communities.

Summit attendees will assess how water drives economic growth, environmental sustainability, and opportunity for all in the United States. Through inspiring plenary sessions, interactive panels, mobile workshops, and caucuses, participants will strategize on how to accelerate the adoption of integrated, sustainable, and inclusive approaches to water resource management.

All across the country, one water approaches are progressing on multiple fronts—recovering precious nutrients and energy from wastewater; using green stormwater techniques to address flooding while beautifying neighborhoods; diversifying local water supplies through large scale water reuse and recycling; watershed level collaboration to address pressing water quality and quantity issues; and much more. This year’s Summit will focus on how we can work together to scale promising practices so that one water management becomes the new normal in every urban, suburban, and rural community across America.

Check out the summit agenda and list of featured speakers, or visit the event web site for more information.

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