Water, water, everywhere, but not a drop to drink. Around the world, pollution and disease contaminate essential supplies of drinking water.
In this third part of its “Sustainable Water, Resilient Communities” series, co-hosted with Winrock International and the Wilson Center, the USAID-funded Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) will present “Solutions for Dirty Water.” Moderated by SWP Director Eric Viala, experts will discuss approaches to meeting the challenges of poor water quality: improving sanitation and hygiene, preventing the spread of waterborne diseases after disasters, addressing agricultural pollution and increasing water supplies through wastewater reuse. Join us to explore these and other innovative technologies and solutions to the problem of dirty water.
Due to weather concerns, this event has been postponed until Tuesday, April 10 at 9:30 a.m. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this change.
To register, click here, and tune in here on April 10 to watch a livestream of the event.
Header photo: WWF’s Anita van Breda speaks on the panel of December’s Wilson Center event, “The Challenge of Too Much Water.” Photo courtesy of the Wilson Center.