South East Asia Water Ministers Forum Discuss Sustainable Water Solutions For A Changing Urban Environment [Press Releases]
Singapore, 4 July 2011 – Water Ministers from South East Asia and other regions met today at the inaugural South East Asia Water Ministers Forum and had an engaging discussion on key water management challenges that the region faces.
Jointly organised by the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, Singapore and PUB, Singapore’s national water agency in conjunction with the Singapore International Water Week, the inaugural South East Asia Water Ministers Forum also presented avenues for future collaborations on water management and solutions among countries. This by-invitation high-level meeting was attended by ministers from Brunei, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Tuvalu and water experts from the various International Organisations (Please refer to Annex A for details). They were joined by over 200 participants from the global water industry. Read more