Key meetings – 2030 Water Resources Group in Peru
November 2016 – March 2017
- January 26, 2017
Steering Committee Meeting – participation of 18 members of Board including Ministers of Environment, Minister of Social Inclusion, Vice minister of Sanitation, Director of Peruvian National Water Agency (ANA), President of SUNASS and Presidential Sherpa on the UN High Panel of Water . Agreements to create 6 new working groups on: Promotion of Private sector participation on Water, promotion of underground water regulations and tariffs, recognition of water responsible companies, water governance and social dialogue, public politics and water stress and climate change. Six members of the board were selected to chair working groups.
Participants: 25 including 2030 WRG staff and facilitators
- February 16, 2017
Launching of Working Group No. 3- Promotion and recognition of water responsible companies- committee led by Director of Peruvian National Water Authority – Agreements: update of the Blue Certificate promoted by ANA to recognize water responsible firms- more companies to be invited to joint this initiative and an event to formally award companies with Blue Certificate taking place in April 2017
- March 1, 2017
Launching of Working Group No 2 for the regulation and monitoring of underground tariffs. Commitee led by Fernando Momiy, President of SUNASS- Presentations included a keynote speaker – Mr. Gonzalo Delacamara and the presentation of a research document on the importance to set up underground tariffs to industrial users.
- March 10, 2017
Launching of Working Group No. 4 for policy dialogue on Water Governance in Peru led by the Minister of the Environment, Mrs. Elsa Galarza. Presentations on our road map to promote the OECD Water Governance Initiative – Agreements to have presentations from mining and industrial sector on the difficulties and bureaucratic steps that hinder dialogue and promotion on water investments on their surrounding communities.
- March 14, 2017
Launching of Working Group No. 5 – Public policies on Water led by Ms. Midori de Habich, Researcher from the renowned Peruvian think tank, IEP – Presentations of the role of ANA and how to promote and support current public policies to address the importance of water resources management. Agreements: to discuss a new proposal for a more strategic role of ANA