10th General Assembly International INBO

 
1-4 June 2016, Merida (Mexico)
http://www.conagua.gob.mx/
 
 
 
  
 
- Table ronde 1 : 
L’adaptation au changement climatique dans les bassins / Adaptation to climate change in basins
- Table ronde 2 : 
Les mandats, la composition, les rôles et les moyens des Conseils et Comités de Bassin / Mandate, composition, role and means of the basin councils and committees
- Table ronde 3 : 
La gestion durable des bassins : planification et financement / Sustainable basin management : planning and funding
- Table ronde 4 : 
Participation des secteurs économiques et des citoyens / Participation of the economic sectors and citizens
 
 
 
 
 
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The Mexican Government, through the National Water Commission (Conagua) @conagua_mx, will accommodate the 10th World General Assembly of the International Network of Basin Organizations (INBO), from the 1st to the 4rd of June 2016 in the City of Merida, Yucatan.
 
 
The tenth edition of this Assembly will organize its work around major strategic issues to ensure the necessary implementation of programs of adaptation to great global challenges such as population growth, food and energy demand, or adaptation to the effects of climate change, in the basins of local, national and transboundary rivers, lakes and aquifers, which will be addressed in plenary sessions, roundtables and side events.
 
 

 daily program

 

Full programme Spanish/English

 

 

Welcome cocktail
 
 


Cultural and visit programme

 

 

Official Dinner

 

 

Please complete the form online to register

 

 
Information Outfit :
 
 
 Because of the warm weather in Merida City is recommended you wear light clothes during the months of June, July and August.
 It’s recommended that for the day, the dress be in light colors and fabrics such as linen.
 According to the protocol at formal events, in Merida is traditional to wear a “guayabera”, which are fine shirts that are a comfortable way to dress in tropical climates.
 If it is day, the “guayabera”, is combined with light-colored pants. If it is night, the “guayabera”, is usually worn with dark colors.
 No need to wear suits, ties and bow tie.
 
 
 
 
INBO Report of Activities 
 


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Progamme Spanish/English Progamme Spanish/English
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INBO program 2016 INBO program 2016
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Official Invitation (es) Official Invitation (es)
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Organization - WGA Organization - WGA
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Date of online publication: 20 May 2016
10th General Assembly International INBO

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