6th Annual Canadian Water Summit: "The Energy of Water - Exploring Nexus Opportunities", Vancouver/Canada
Event

Conference // 6th Annual Canadian Water Summit: "The Energy of Water - Exploring Nexus Opportunities", Vancouver/Canada

The conference will offer expert plenary sessions and panel presentations filled with case studies, real world projects and positive examples of nexus opportunities that exist for water and energy which benefit government, industry and first nations.

The 250+ water professionals in attendance will be engaged and inspired by the full day program and affiliated tours/workshops. Delegates will network and collaborate with their peers and industry stakeholders to take advantage of the energy of water - in Canada and around the world.

The summit is directed at

-Business professionals and investors

-Experts in water management and technology

-Industry associations

-Building practitioners

-Municipalities

-Policymakers

-Lawyers

-NGOs

-Academics

-Community representatives

-Watershed groups

Speakers

The Advisory Panel would like to hear from you on topics, presentations or speakers you would like to see included in the Summit on June 25.

Please submit abstracts and presentation ideas to Todd Latham at 416-444-5842 x111 or todd@actualmedia.ca.

Contact

-Todd Latham

{todd@actualmedia.ca}

416-444-5842 x111

-Lee Scarlett

{lee@actualmedia.ca}

416-444-5842 x114

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