Date and time: 28th January 2011 -- 4:00 p.m. (GMT) / 11:00 a.m. (EST)
Presenter: David Zetland - economist who blogs at aguanomics and the author of the book, "The End of Abundance: A guide to the new economics of water scarcity."
The success (or failure) in provision of public water supplies to municipal and industrial customers is NOT determined by technology or money, but by good (or bad) management, as overseen by politicians and regulators.
In this webinar, David Zetland will give a brief overview of these facts, before discussing the reasons for success and failure in two or three locations worldwide.
Listeners will be encouraged to offer their own observations and diagnoses and cases for success and failure...
Register for the webinar here.