WORLD REGIONS FORUM FOCUSES ON SUSTAINABLE USE OF WATER

(AGI) - Rome, September 27th - Water is not only a resource tobe exploited, but an asset to be preserved and safeguarded forthe good of the environment and the economic system. Water willin fact be one of the main subjects debated at the secondedition of the World Region Forum, the event in Milan at whichthis vital subject will be the object of a workshop on ThursdaySeptember 29th from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m.. It is a subject thatprofoundly affects regional communities that play a veryimportant organizational role in managing water resources and

(AGI) - Rome, September 27th - Water is not only a resource tobe exploited, but an asset to be preserved and safeguarded forthe good of the environment and the economic system. Water willin fact be one of the main subjects debated at the secondedition of the World Region Forum, the event in Milan at whichthis vital subject will be the object of a workshop on ThursdaySeptember 29th from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m.. It is a subject thatprofoundly affects regional communities that play a veryimportant organizational role in managing water resources andcannot avoid addressing how to use the in the most efficientway possible. The Lombard Environment Energy and Network Agencytherefore felt the need to identify water as a priority area,in times of restricted financial means, to which human andeconomic resources must be allocated in a way to guarantee thesustainable use of a resource that is essential both for theproductive sector and for the health of citizens. The threemain points the debate at the World Regions Forum will focusare: planning the use of resources; participation instrumentsand the negotiation and reduction of consumption. A comparisonbetween the various experiences in the countries attending thisworkshop will be therefore addressed at establishing a stablediscussion on the sustainable and shared used of water, toachieve new water policies capable of conciliating theenvironmental, economic and ethical value of this increasinglyprecious resource. (AGI)