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Regardless of whether their focus or expertise was cities, water or the environment, one of the recurring themes amongst delegates was their championing of social media as a key enabler of building a sustainable, liveable future.Download PDF
A clean, green environment and access to drinking water and sanitation are non-negotiable human rights.Download PDF
More than 3,000 delegates attended the joint opening ceremony for the 2014 World Cities Summit, Singapore International Water Week and the CleanEviro Summit Singapore.Download PDF
Over 3,000 people attended the Joint Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception yesterday evening, bringing the first day of the Singapore International Water Week, World Cities Summit and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore to a close.Download PDF
Experts in sustainable urban development, water and environment from around the world came together yesterday for the joint opening plenary of the World Cities Summit, CleanEnviro Summit Singapore and Singapore International Water Week.Download PDF
In interviews with two prominent industry experts, it has come to light that private-sector investments made in tandem with the public sector are key to the development of tomorrow's cities and their water, wastewater and waste infrastructure.Download PDF
Water is top of everyone's agenda
It has taken a long time for governments, businesses and the people to collectively accept that there are few more important issues facing the world than water.
The Prime Minister Speaks
It was fitting that Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was the first-ever speaker at the inaugural Water Conversation at Water Week.
Welcome to Singapore International Water Week 2011 This 4th edition of the globally-respected event brings together people to discuss all the aspects of the theme "Sustainable Water Solutions for a Changing Urban Environment".Download PDF