SUN FRESH WATER TO PRESENT AT WORLD WATER WEEK 2019 IN STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
Joseph D’Alba, President of Sun Fresh Water, LLC will be presenting during World Water Week 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden.
The title of his presentation is “The Implications of a Sustainable Source of Potable Water”. He will be presenting during the Innovation portion of the program.
“We are obviously delighted to participate in this prestigious global water conference. More importantly is the fact that it provides Sun Fresh Water the opportunity to enlighten the world to what we believe to be a significant solution to the global challenge of providing access to a sustainable water. Such a solution has implications for health,
climate change, immigration, and world peace”, D’Alba stated.
The organizer of the conference is the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI).
“As issues of water scarcity and availability take hold all over the world, we want to ensure that World Water Week continues to evolve,” says Torgny Holmgren, Executive Director, SIWI.
At its core, World Water Week is a collaborative learning experience. Some 3300 participants from more than 130 countries come to Stockholm each year to exchange knowledge, network and develop solutions to the world’s most pressing water-related challenges. Nearly 400 organizations will convene sessions this year.
During the nearly week-long conference, participating academics, policy makers, practitioners, private sector actors and young professionals can attend over 250 sessions of different forms, in addition to many informal events and meetings that take place in the margins and off-site. Highlights of the Week include the awarding of the Stockholm Water Prize, presented by H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, and the Stockholm Junior Water Prize, presented by H.R.H Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden.
“We don’t plan to increase the number of sessions, but we do want to increase engagement from outside the water community. This is essential if we are to take a holistic look at the global water picture and develop solutions that will work,” says Gabriela Suhoschi, Director, World Water Week.