CEWP Progress Review and Water Innovation
On Sept 11, 2014, Chinese Minister Chen Lei of Water Resources met with visiting Danish Minister of Environment Kirsten Brosbøl in Beijing. Both Ministers exchanged views on the operation of CEWP and assured there’re big potentials for the further development of such an important mechanism.
Minster Brosbøl emphasized the needs for more business involvement, strengthening projects cooperation and policy dialogue, and addressing barriers for CEWP sustainability and providing more resources to support CEWP running. Minister Chen agreed with Minister Brosbøl on her views and proposed to have a mid-term review of CEWP progress to formulate measures to address the barriers identified.
This CEWP Progress Review and Water Innovation will be held on November 4, 2014 in MWR (Address:2, Lane 2, Baiguang Road, Xicheng District, Beijing). It aims at: i) reviewing CEWP progress since it was launched in March 2012; ii) discussing about options for improved running of CEWP; iii) promoting innovation, co-operation and exchange in the field of water resources; iv) raising the profile of water innovation and sustainable development in China, in the context of climate change adaptation, urbanisation and water security.
All CEWP stakeholders are welcome to this workshop. Please refer to the draft programme for details. Thank you for your contribution.
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21 Oct 2014