Summit to feature “Growth in a Time of Drought”

Santa Fe NM
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Water professionals worldwide are invited to attend the Next Generation Water SummitOpens in a new tab. May 19-20, where water conservation-related issues will be presented.

The theme of this year’s event is “Growth in a Time of DroughtOpens in a new tab.” and will feature a setting for the building and development community, water reuse professionals and water policymakers to share best practices and to learn about innovative water conservation and water reuse techniques that can be used to comply with water conservation restrictions spreading across the southwest.

While issues discussed may be most applicable to professionals in the American Southwest, the subject matter is also relevant to a global audience. The event will take place virtually, so that interested registrants from all over the world can participate and learn key takeaways. This is a ticketed event, with a $99 entry fee for all the sessions. Interested parties can register on the event home pageOpens in a new tab..

This event will include live and recorded sessions, a virtual exhibit hall, and ample networking opportunities. It is being hosted by the Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce, Green Builder® Coalition, City of Santa Fe, KUEL Water, the Santa Fe Area Homebuilder’s Association, and Santa Fe County. The title sponsor is PNM, in support with AVANGRID.

“The current drought is the worst in at least 1,200 years,” said Robert Glennon, opening keynoterOpens in a new tab.. “Water conservation as well as water reuse at the household, neighborhood, community and state level is required. This is not a time for hesitation.”

Muhammad Younas, the CEO and Founder of vFairs, addedOpens in a new tab., “Water is one of the most important topics we must discuss at a global level. Using a virtual platform will make these discussions much more accessible.”



Since 1995, Deborah has owned and operated LegalTech LLC with a focus on water rights. Before moving to Arizona in 1986, she worked as a quality control analyst for Honeywell and in commercial real estate, both in Texas. She learned about Arizona's water rights from the late and great attorney Michael Brophy of Ryley, Carlock & Applewhite. Her side interests are writing (and reading), Wordpress programming and much more.

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