National Water Resources Policy Dialogue

Posted on January 28, 2005

[posted from Center for a Livable Future newsletter]

February 14 to 15, 2005
Tucson, AZ
Loews Ventana Canyon

Convened by the American Water Resources Association and sponsored by 11 Federal agencies, this dialogue includes water-resources leaders from all sectors of the policy-making and natural-resources community. The first Dialogue was held in September 2002 in Washington, DC, attracting 267 people from 42 states, DC, and Mexico. The Second Dialogue will build on the first, examining options for national water policy development related to three Key Issues: Water Resources Supply and Demand, Infrastructure Management and Environmental Quality. Come and add your voice to the dialogue on related topics such as the Watershed Approach, Monitoring and Assessment, Sustainable Solutions, Links between Water Allocation and Water Quality, Tribal Water Issues, Public Expenditures for Infrastructure, and Partnerships for Water Quality Improvement. Leadership Insight Sessions: Concurrent sessions featuring Federal, Interstate, Utility, and Private-sector leaders.

Keynotes invited include: GOV. JANET NAPOLITANO of Arizona, SEN. PETE DOMINICI of New Mexico, REP. JOHN LINDER of Georgia, SEC. KATHLEEN MCGINTY, Secretary of the Environment, PA. Senators John McCain and Jon Kyl of Arizona are also invited to speak.

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