An informative presentation and dynamic discussion of the key policy recommendations to emerge from the Aspen Dialogue on Sustainable Water Infrastructure in the US. The panel features members of the Dialogue, as well as two invited members of the Congressional Water Caucus.
|Wednesday, July 29, 2009 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm||
Moderated by David Monsma
G. Tracy Mehan III, Principle of the Cadmus Group and former Assistant Administrator for the US EPA Office of Water
Michael Deane, Executive Director, National Association of Water Companies and former Associate Assistant Administrator for the US EPA Office of Water
Katherine Baer, Senior Director, Clean Water Program
Wally Bishop, General Manager, Contra Costa Water District
Recognizing the increasing challenges facing America’s drinking water and wastewater systems, the Aspen Institute convened a multi-stakeholder dialogue to help provide clarity and promote leadership to address those challenges. The Aspen Institute’s Dialogue on Sustainable Water Infrastructure in the U.S. brought together distinguished leaders from the water utility industry; federal, state and local government regulators; and non-profit environmental groups to develop policy recommendations that address water infrastructure planning and management challenges for the coming decades.
The Aspen Dialogue gave rise to a set of 10 policy recommendations. View the full report.
It was sponsored by the National Association of Water Companies, the Water Environment Federation, CH2M HILL and the Wallace Genetic Foundation.