How can we achieve sustainability in the water sector through private-sector innovation & participation?
June 18, 2012, 2pm-5pm, Sheraton Barra Hotel
UNDP and Grundfos will be hosting a High-Level Side Event at Rio+20. This event will gather more than 100 key stakeholders – leading practitioners and experts from the private sector, government, civil society, academia and development organisations from developed and developing countries – to share experiences and expertise on this key topic. Sessions will focus on the role of Public-Private Partnerships and Innovative Technology, Management & Partnerships. Speakers include: Christian Friis Bach, Danish Minister of Development Cooperation; Carsten Staur, Danish Ambassador to the UN, and Rachel Kyte, World Bank Vice-President for Sustainable Development. For further details please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Grundfos: With an annual production of over 16 million pump units, Grundfos is one of the world’s leading pump manufacturers and the world’s largest manufacturer of circulator pumps. Grundfos is committed to develop and provide sustainable solutions for people all over the world through innovative technology, partnerships and ground-breaking business models. During the Rio+20 Summit, Grundfos will engage in various events to highlight the role of the private sector as a provider of innovative solutions to drive sustainable development. In particular, we will showcase Grundfos LIFELINK, which is an innovative technology and service solution for sustainable water supply in the developing world. For more information, please visit www.grundfos.com and www.grundfoslifelink.com.