2011 Urban Water Sustainability
October 3-5, 2011
Join us in exploring models for sustainability that feature cross-agency collaboration for
green infrastructure and resource recovery. Building on the discoveries of the 2010
Leadership Conference in Philadelphia, the Clean Water America Alliance will host urban
water leaders on October 3-5, 2011 in the World Water Hub - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for
the 2011 Urban Water Sustainability Leadership Conference.
Given shrinking budgets, communities around the country are turning towards
sustainable approaches to help save money, become more resilient, and prepare for the
future. Green infrastructure can help prevent overflows and stormwater runoff problems,
reduce energy costs, adapt to climate change, and beautify neighborhoods. Resource
recovery, such as energy, nutrients, and other valuable materials, can reduce demand
on stressed water supplies, improve watershed health, and boost economic productivity.
Responsive to the needs of today and responsible for meeting the needs of tomorrow, communities around the country are leading the way with bold, sustainable
decision-making and innovation that enhances how we meet our core missions.
To receive notice for the early-bird discount email lloken@CWAA.us.