Last quote by Loic Fauchon
Yes, it will be one of the most important issues we discuss. But, you know, this situation you have mentioned concerning the Nile comes from the changes from demographic growth, new kinds of pollution, or urbanisation and as the situation changes new kinds of responses and techniques are necessary.feedback
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Mar 08 2012
I would like to say that it's very important for scarcity, for regions that lack water, to have more and more capacity. That's the reason the Worldwide Council asked in the climate negotiations to place water at the same level as energy and to have a water-energy package.feedback
Mar 08 2012
I am sure that my colleague shares the opinion that in the future we have to work not only in the rural areas against scarcity but also in the megacities and in the surroundings of the megacities. This is one of the main problems we have to solve in the future, and I hope that everyone coming to the Forum will bring their answers and we will share them and transform the solutions into commitments.feedback
Mar 08 2012
That's what they've been saying for 50 years, and they're always there in the Forum to discuss with everybody. I'm here as the president of the Worldwide Council, and to answer the question, water is definitely a public resource, and it's for the governments and sometimes the local authorities to lead the history of water and to find the good balance between three pillars: governance, finance, and knowledge.feedback
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