The 11th Water Information Summit (WIS-11) "Water Information for Policy and Decision Making" organized by the WaterWeb Consortium, in partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Universidad de Talca and the Florida Center for Environmental Studies (CES). The meeting is a continuation of a decade-long effort to incorporate water information into decision making around the hemisphere.
The thrust of this meeting is to promote an expansion of partnerships to exchange experiences and lessons learned with other environmental and water information professionals, building upon the newest information and technologies. There will be presentations on water policy and water technology systems from organizations around the hemisphere.
|Monday, November 2, 2009|
|Session 1:|| How Water Information Fits into Decision Making |
|Session 2:|| Information for Decision Makers at All Levels (part 1)
|Tuesday, November 3, 2009|
|Session 3:||Information for Decision Makers at All Levels (part 2) |
Aguas Andinas, the water utility for the metropolitan area in Chile and the use of information for the performance of the company
|Session 4:||Water Information in Chile
|Session 5:||Partnerships for Water Information Management
Cooperation partnership for water information management, among the Chilean Directorate of Waters and the Authority of the Panama Canal