02 Jul 2014
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Water Resources Strategy for Wales17:30
Venue: Trevithick Lecture Theatre (T2/09), Cardiff
School of Engineering, Cardiff University
of the Welsh Government will talk
about the development of a water strategy for
The Welsh Government website
"The Strategy's aim is to ensure
that our water resource is resilient, sustainable and is managed to
bring benefits to Wales and its citizens.
This Strategy sets out our long-term
policy direction on water. We want to balance the long-term needs
of the environment with the need for sufficient, reliable water
resources and waste water services available to encourage
sustainable growth and job creation.
We are developing a more integrated
approach to managing water as part of our natural resource
management. This integrated approach will help to promote the
coordinated management of water, land and resources. This will
enable us to maximise economic and social benefits in a fair way
while protecting vital ecosystems and the environment."
Sherwood, of Natural
Resources Wales and Tony Harrington of Dwr Cymru
Welsh Water will follow with their perspectives on, and input to,
This event has been organised by ICE
(suported by CIWEM). Please book your place online, you do not have
to be an ICE or CIWEM member.
This is a free event and all are
welcome. Light refreshments will be provided before the lecture
begins at 6.00pm.
Tags: North Western and North Wales,Welsh