World Water Cities Forum 2019
WWCF 2019 will serve as an exclusive platform for city leaders and water experts to discuss how to utilize water as a catalyst for sustainable urban growth and development and share best practices and policies related to water management. All participants will gain new insights into the successful implementation of water policies, how to engage stakeholders and how to collaborate with participating cities.
About 200 water-related local government officials (domestic 150, foreign 50) 20 cities and 4 organizations
|Host||Daegu Metropolitan City|
|Participants||About 200 water-related local government officials (domestic 150, foreign 50)
14 cities and 3 organizations
WWCF 2019 will serve as an exclusive platform for city leaders and water experts to discuss water-related issues and solutions for each city and share best practices and policies related to water management. WWCF 2018 is a forum for discussing the way to utilize water management and water technology / water industry development as a tool for creating attractive, livable, resilient and prosperous city. All participants will gain new insights into the successful implementation of water policies, how to engage stakeholders and how to collaborate with participating cities.
|09:30~09:40 (10')||Opening performance||325|
|09:40~09:45 (5’)||Opening and introduction of participants||Host|
|09:45~09:50 (5')||Welcome Address||Mayor of Daegu|
|09:50~10:20 (30')||Keynote Address|
|10:20~11:20 (60')||Water Cities Roundtable
*Subject: Sustainable water partnership
|Mayor of Daegu,
Representatives of cities
|11:20~11:30 (10')||Group Photo|
|13:30~15:30 (120')||(Presentation Session)
Best practices of water sector and water issue
- Session 1: Water Security
|- Session 2 : Water Welfare||323B|
|15:50~17:20 (90')||(Preparation Action Plan)
Action plan for Water Cities Partnership
- Water Security
|- Water Welfare|
WWCF 2019 Previous Outcome
Water experts and local government representatives from five organizations from 12 cities in 10 countries, including the United States, France, the Netherlands, China and Taiwan, shared their current policies and future strategies in water and environmental industries in each country and city, and provided knowledge by presenting practical and useful case studies.
Daegu metropolitan city, Mongpellier, Ditech Institute and Aqua Valley`s four-way MOUs have been established to further strengthen the water industry cooperation network.
Under the theme of 'Building Sustainable Water City Partnership', we have prepared a useful venue for sharing water resource policies of cities around the world through a presentation session under the theme of 'Water Security and Water Welfare', including a round table meeting where representatives from each city discussed in depth the direction of water-related policies and future development measures.
By preparing an action plan for establishing a water city partnership, we have prepared a stage to strive, implement, and set up new challenges for the ongoing forum.