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Water and Sustainable Development: Challenges and Opportunities Panel

  • Textile Museum of Canada 55 Centre Ave Toronto, ON, M5G Canada (map)

In celebration of UN World Water Day and Canadian Water Week, join the Canadian Water Resources Association for an evening of networking and dialogue on water issues in sustainable development. A panel of experts, including Waterkeeper’s Mark Mattson, will share their insights in a discussion moderated by Kerry Freek (WaterTAP), followed by an open dialogue with the audience, and networking.

The full list of speakers include:

  • Lisa Prime, Director of Environment and Innovation, Waterfront Toronto Ryan Ness, Senior Manager, Research and Development, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
  • Derek R. Gray, P. Eng., A. A. E., Associate Director, Environment and Aviation Infrastructure (Acting), Toronto Pearson International Airport
  • Mark Mattson, Founder and President of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper
  • Dan Pujdak, Intergovernmental Affairs Senior Policy Advisor, Chiefs of Ontario

Refreshments will be available and some great prizes will be raffled off, including subscriptions to Water Canada and tickets to Waterdocs.

Net revenues from this event will go towards a joint CWRA – Engineers Without Borders project.

Click here for more details.

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