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David Wickens was inducted as the 32nd President of CIWEM at the end of September 2018.
The Induction held at an event in Birmingham organised by the West Midland Branch where he is a member. For many years David worked for Severn Trent Water in a wide range of roles at a number of locations, but ultimately as the Head of Quality and Environment for the company. In fact many of his former colleagues from Severn Trent where also there, including Roger Key, a former CIWEM council member, who recruited David to the Company.
In his speech, David noted that although SDG6 is the specific Sustainable Development Goal for water, there are at least another nine SDG’s where water has a significant role to play. This significance was reinforced by the 2016 UN World Water Development Report detailing that 78% of the global workforce have jobs with a moderate or high dependency on water.
The fact that water is so intimately linked to our lives and livelihood is the basis for David’s Presidential Theme, which is ‘Water for Life’. Through this theme, as David meets up with members in many different locations, he wants to acknowledge that individual contribution of our members in the field of water and environment makes a valuable contribution to the life and livelihoods of many people around the world.
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