Save The Date - 2/20/20 Water & Sustainability Diversity Summit #watersummit2020
* We are planning stages now. If you like to be considered to be a speaker, vendor, sponsor, volunteer, committee member, COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME
Looking For Water and Sustainability Speakers, Vendors, Corporate / Government Global Stakeholders. South Africa, Mexico, Flint Mi, California, Brazil, Atlanta, New York, China, Japan,
February 20, 2020, Atlanta Georgia, Georgia International Convention Center
www.rmg-eco.com / www.nblcusa.org We are planning the 1st Water and Sustainability Diversity Summit.
Chief Engagement Officer - Lance Robertson firstname.lastname@example.org
We plan on taking a Global Look on How Water and Sustainability effect Diversity Global Population - Clean Drinking Water, Infrastructure. Inner City, Rural Farmland, Metropolitan Cities,
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Water is at the core of sustainable development and is critical for socio-economic development, healthy ecosystems and for human survival itself. It is vital for reducing the global burden of disease and improving the health, welfare, and productivity of populations. It is central to the production and preservation of a host of benefits and services for people. Water is also at the heart of adaptation to climate change, serving as the crucial link between the climate system, human society, and the environment.
Water is a finite and irreplaceable resource that is fundamental to human well-being. It is only renewable if well managed. Today, more than 1.7 billion people live in river basins where depletion through use exceeds natural recharge, a trend that will see two-thirds of the world’s population living in water-stressed countries by 2025. Water can pose a serious challenge to sustainable development but managed efficiently and equitably, water can play a key enabling role in strengthening the resilience of social, economic and environmental systems in the light of rapid and unpredictable changes.