Title: Eighteenth Annual Conference on Water Management October 27-30, Miami
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Interamerlcan Dialogue on Water Management
Didlo o Interamericano Sobre Admlinistraci6n de A uas
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D1ilogo Interamericano de Administrasao de Aguas



Agenda Overview & Registration

October 27 -30, 1993
Hotel Inter-Continental

Miami, Florida















HONORARY COMMITTEE
Peter A.A. Berle, President, National Audubon Society
Alicia BArcena, Executive Director, Earth Council, Costa Rica
Lawton Chiles, Governor, State of Florida
Ella Cisneros, President and Founder, Together Foundation
Adalberto Gabald6n, Minister of the Environment and the Renewable Natural Resources, Venezuela
Bob Graham, U.S. Senator, State of Florida
Carlos Hank Gonzdlez, Secretary of Agriculture and Water Resources of Mexico
Heraldo Muhoz, Ambassador of Chile, Organization of American States
Henry Nowak, Special Counsel, Ecology and Environment, Inc.
Nathaniel P. Reed, Chairman, 1000 Friends of Florida
Xavier Suarez, Mayor, City of Miami
Absal6n VAsquez, Minister of Agriculture, Peru
Lt. Gen. Arthur E. Williams, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Andrew Young, Chairman, Law International, Inc.
Norman A. Zigrossi, President of the Resources Group, Tennessee Valley Authority


POLICY COUNCIL
Alvaro Aldama Rodriguez, Executive Director, Mexican Institute of Water Technology
Diego C. Asencio, Executive Director, Florida International Affairs Commission
Douglas Barr, Executive Director, Northwest Florida Water Management District
Ralph Brooks, Vice-President, Water Management, Tennessee Valley Authority
Joe Browder, Partner, Dunlap and Browder
Jo S. Clark, Director of Programs, Western Govemors' Association
Tom Collins, Vice President of Research, Oklahoma State University
Tilford C. Creel, Executive Director, South Florida Water Management District
James M. Davidson, Vice-President, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS),
University of Florida
Henry Dean, Executive Director, St. Johns River Water Management District
G. Edward Dickey, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Axel C. Dourojeanni, Director of Natural Resources and Energy, United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America
and the Caribbean (ECLAC)
Marc-Jean Dourojeanni, Chief, Environmental Protection Division, Interamerican Development Bank
Maria C. Flores de Otero, President, Interamerican Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineers (AIDIS)
Henry J. Hatch, President and Chief Operating Officer, Law Companies Group
Peter Hubbell, Executive Director, Southwest Florida Water Management District
Jaime Incer, Director-Minister, Nicaraguan Institute of Natural Resources (IRENA)
Emiko Kawakami de Resende, Secretary of Environment, State of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
Donald R. Lesh, President, Global Tomorrow Coalition
William F. McCalpin, Director of Investment Programs, MacArthur Foundation
James U. McDaniel, Chairman, Interstate Council on Water Policy
Arsenio Milian, President, Milian, Swain & Associates
Ambler Moss, Executive Director, North-South Center, University of Miami
Horst Otterstetter, Director, Environment and Health, Pan-American Health Organization
Ernesto P6rez, Chief, Technology Transfer, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV
Sandra Postel, Vice-President for Research, Worldwatch Institute
Elizabeth Ann Rieke, Assistant Secretary for Water and Science, U.S. Department of Interior
Kirk P. Rodgers, Director, Department of Regional Development and Environment, Organization of American States
Anibal Rosales, Director of International Relations and Professional Development, Ministry of Environment and Renewable
Natural Resources, Venezuela
Richard Rudy, Southeast Regional Manager, Ecology and Environment, Inc.
Jerry Scarborough, Executive Director, Suwannee River Water Management District
Emma Torres, Chief, Regional Programme, United Nations Development Programme, Regional Bureau for Latin America
and the Caribbean
Absal6n VAsquez, Minister of Agriculture, Peru
Evan Vlachos, Associate Director, International School of Water Resources, Colorado State University
Virginia Wetherell, Secretary, Florida Department of Environmental Regulation
Estus Whitfield, Environmental Advisor, Executive Office of the Governor of Florida
John R. Wodraska, General Manager, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California


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\VE DNESDA Y. OCTOBER 27. 1993

Concurrent sessions of the Annual Conference on Water Management in
Florida and the Annual Meeting of the Interstate Council on Water Policy
(ICWP) will take place throughout the day. A joint luncheon of the
Florida Water Management Districts, the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection, the ICWP, and the NGO Forum is scheduled
with Governor Lawton Chiles.

Annual Meeting of the Interstate Council on Water Policy
ICWP Mini-Conference on Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration

7:30 9:00 am Board Meeting Breakfast

9:00 10:15 am Legislative Committee Meeting

10:15 10:30 am Break Interamerican Exhibit Hall

10:30 12:00 pm ICWP Policy Committee Meeting

12:00 1:30 pm ICWP/WMD/NGO Joint Luncheon Program and Awards
Presentation
Keynote Address: The Honorable Lawton Chiles*, Governor
of Florida

1:30 1:45 pm Introductions and Welcome
James U. McDaniel, Chairman, and Tilford C. Creel, First
Vice Chairman

1:45 2:15 pm Case Examples
State-Federal Partnerships on Aquatic Ecosystem
Restoration



NGO FORUM/RESOURCE ROOM

A special NGO Forum on Networking for Sustainable Development
and Water Resource Management will be convened on Wednesday,
October 27. This pre-Dialogue session, from lunch through 5:00 pm, will
be jointly coordinated by Grupo Esquel and other Latin American and
Caribbean groups, together with U.S. and Canadian noe-profit organi-
zations such as National Audubon Society, Friends of the Earth,
National Wildlife Federation, Natural Resources Defense Council, Sierra
Club, plus Worldwatch Institute, and the Environment and Energy
* -"r Study Institute. The goal of the NGO Forum will be to strengthen hemi-
'. spheric partnerships and consolidate strategies for sustainable and envi-
ronmentally responsible water resource management.
The Resource Room will provide an opportunity throughout the
Dialogue for non-governmental organizations and institutions, as well as
existing networks, to display documents and publications. Also, authors
of papers will be available to discuss their work and presentations with
participants at selected times during the Dialogue.


Speakers and panelists denoted with an asterisk (*) have been invited and are subject to confirmation.















2:15 3:00 pm


3:00 3:15 pm

3:15 4:00 pm


4:00 4:30 pm


4:30 5:00 pm


Panel on the Role of Federal Agencies in Aquatic Ecosystem
Restoration

Break Interamerican Exhibit Hall

Environmentalists' Perspectives: Critique and Obstacles to
Restoration Efforts

Future of Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration: Needs and
Priorities

ICWP Annual Business Meeting


Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida


8:30 8:45 am



8:45 9:15 am



9:15 10:30 am



10:30 10:45 am

10:45 12:00 pm



12:00 1:30 pm


Welcoming Remarks
Valerie Boyd, Chair, South Florida Water Management
District (SFWMD)

Update on Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Speaker: Virginia Wetherell, Secretary, Florida Department
of Environmental Protection (DEP)

Water Management Year-In-Review
Panelists: Secretary Virginia Wetherell and Executive
Directors of the five Water Management Districts of Florida

Break Interamerican Exhibit Hall

Panel on Clean Water Act Reauthorization
Panelists: Congressional and Federal Agency
Representatives

ICWP/WMD/NGO Joint Luncheon Program and Awards
Presentation


Keynote Address: The Honorable Lawton Chiles*, Governor
of Florida




THE INTERAMERICAN EXHIBIT HALL

Tour the exhibits, make new contacts and learn about the latest
technology available for sustainable water resource management. Meet
representatives from businesses, agencies, and institutions who can help
solve your problems and answer your questions.
The Interamerican Exhibit Hall will be open Wednesday, October 27
- Friday, October 29. 1993. The Inaugural Reception of the
Interamerican Dialogue on Water Management will be held in the
Exhibit Hall on Wednesday evening.
For information on exhibiting at the Dialogue, please mark the
appropriate box on the registration form. or call the Global Tomorrow
Coalition at (202) 628-4016, or the South Florida Water Management
District at (305) 663-3521.


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1:30 2:30 pm




2:30 2:45 pm

2:45 3:45 pm



3:45 4:00 pm

4:00 pm


Panel on District Water Management Plans: View from the Public
Brief update on the plans and process for adoption; discus-
sion by representatives from local government, environmen-
tal. agricultural. and development interests

Break Interamerican Exhibit Hall

Permit Streamlining: Nuts & Bolts
Status report on the implementation of environmental permit
streamlining

Florida Water Management Session Concluding Remarks

Opportunity to join ICVP Session on Future of Ecosystem
Restoration: Needs and Priorities


INAUGURAL RECEPTION
INTERAMERICAN DIALOGUE ON WATER MANAGEMENT
AND INTERAMERICAN EXHIBIT HALL

Wednesday, October 27th, 6:30 to 9:00 pm The Dialogue and
Exhibit Hall will be officially open to the participants and the public.
The welcoming remarks will.be delivered by The Honorable Xavier
Saarez*, Mayor of Miami. The program for the ribbon-cutting cere-
monies include keynote address by The Honorable Albert Gore, Jr.*,
Vice President of the United States; The Honorable Carlos Salinas de
Gortari*, President of. Mxico; and The Honorable Oscar Arias
Sanchez*, former President.of Costa Rica and Nobel Peace Prize
Laureate.



THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1993

Dialogue Plenary Session I


8:30 8:45 am



8:45 9:00 am


9:00 9:30 am


9:30 10:00 am


Welcoming Remarks
Valerie Boyd, Chair, SFWMD; James U. McDaniel,
Chairman, Interstate Council on Water Policy (ICWP)

Program Introduction
Daily Co-Chairs:The Honorable Adalberto Gabald6n
Azuaje*, Minister of Environment, Venezuela; Patricia
Eaton*, Chair, Oklahoma Water Resources Board, USA

Keynote Speech
Maurice F. Strong*, CEO, Ontario Hydro, Canada, Former
Secretary General, United Nations Conference on
Environment and Development

Presentation of First Case Study
Comparison of the Florida Everglades and the South
American Pantanal Ecosystems; by University of Florida,
USA, and the Secretariat of the State of Mato Grosso do Sul
for the Environment (SEMA), Brazil
















10:00 10:30 am Break Interamerican Exhibit Hall

10:30 11:00 am Presentation of Second Case Study
Infrastructure Comparison for Water Supply and Sanitation
in the Hemisphere; by Colorado State University, USA;
Interamerican Center for Environmental and Territorial
Research and Development (CIDIAT), Venezuela; Mexican
Institute of Water Technology (IMTA), Mexico


11:00 12:00 pm Panel Discussion: From Case Studies to the Dialogue
Bridges and Barriers to Achieving Sustainable Development
in Water Management

12:00 1:30 pm Lunch
Keynote Address: Sandra Postel, Vice-President for
Research, Worldwatch Institute, USA


Dialogue Concurrent Session I


1:30 5:30 pm


3:00 3:30 pm

6:30 7:30 pm

7:30 9:30 pm


Water Management Dialogue Round Table Tracks
Participants will attend one of three different round table
tracks. Each will be headed by two Co-Chairpersons.
Tracks consist of case studies, presentations, and open dis-
cussions.

Track I: Management of Aquatic Ecosystems
Co-Chairpersons: Joe Browder, Dunlap and Browder, Inc.,
USA; and The Honorable Jaime Incer, Director-Minister of
the Institute of Natural Resources (IRENA) Nicaragua
Track II: Water Supply and Sanitation Infrastructure in a
Sustainable Development Context
Co-Chairpersons: Arsenio Milian, Founder and President
Emeritus, Citizens for Better South Florida, USA; and The
Honorable Absal6n VAsquez-Villanueva, Minister of
Agriculture, Peru

Track III: Water Governance and Policy
Co-Chairpersons: Dr. Evan Vlachos, Colorado State
University, USA; and Axel C. Dourojeanni, United Nations
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
(ECLAC)

Break Interamerican Exhibit Hall

Reception

Interamerican Banquet
Keynote Address: The Honorable Enrique V. Iglesias*,
President, Inter-American Development Bank


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1993


Plenary Session II


8:00 8:15 am





8:15 8:45 am


8:45 9:45 am















9:45 10:15 am


Program Introductions
Daily Co-Chairs: Norman A. Zigrossi*, President, Resources
Group, Tennessee Valley Authority, USA; and Ella
Cisneros, President and Founder, Together Foundation,
Venezuela

Round Table Tracks Progress Report
Co-Chairpersons report on discussion from the previous day

Keynote Panel: Linking Networks for Sustainable
Development in Water Management
Invited Panelists: Henry J. Hatch, Law Companies Group,
USA (Moderator); Ambassador Juan Felipe Yriart, Grupo
Esquel Foundation, Uruguay; The Honorable George Miller,
United States House of Representatives; Juan Carlos
Navarro, National Association for the Conservation of
Nature (ANCON), Panama; Dr. Don Gamble, Rawson
Academy of Aquatic Sciences, Canada; Armando
Bertranou, ECLAC Water Management Cooperation
Network, Argentina; Kirk P. Rodgers, Organization of
American States; Chuck Lankester, United Nations
Development Programme Sustainable Development
Network (SDN)

Break Interamerican Exhibit Hall


Concurrent Session II

10:15 12:30 pm Water Management Round Table Tracks


12:30 1:45 pm


Lunch Keynote Panel: International Trade, Finance and
Water Management
Invited Panelists: Ambassador Diego C. Asencio, Florida
International Affairs Commission, USA (Moderator); Dr.
Jose Antonio Villamil, The Washington Economics Group,
USA; Guy LeMoigne, The World Bank; Sergio Reyes Lujan,
National Institute of Ecology, Mexico; Dr. Noel J. Brown,
United Nations Environment Programme


Concurrent Session III


1:45 5:30 pm




3:15 3:45 pm


Water Management Round Table Tracks
Discussion will focus on plans for linking international water
resources networks. Discussion and drafting of The Miami
Declaration.

Break Interamerican Exhibit Hall


Friday Evening Open


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5:30 pm















S.ATURD.A OCTOBER 30. 1993


Plenary Session III


8:30 8:45 am





8:45 10:00 am


Program Introductions
Daily Co-Chairs: The Honorable Bob Graham", United
States Senate; and Manuel Rodriguez Becerra", General
Director, National Institute of the Renewable Natural
Resources and the Environment (INDERENA). Colombia

Round Table Tracks Final Reports
Report of conclusions and recommendations of the
Interamerican Dialogue on Water Management.


111:001 10:30 am Keynole Speech
The Honorable Bruce Babbitt*, Secretary of Interior of the
United States

10:30 11:00 am Break International Water Exhibit Hall


11:00 12:00 pm


Presentation of The Miami Declaration
Presenters: The Honorable Ann Richards*, Governor of
Texas, U.S.A.; The Honorable Heraldo Muioz*,
Ambassador of Chile, Organization of American States


12:00 12:30 pm Box Lunch Pick-Up for Field Trips


12:30 pm


Field Trips Depart


ABOUT THE SPONSORS

The five water management districts of the state of Florida, operating
under the general oversight of the Florida Department of Environmental
Protection, are established to provide environmental protection and
enhancement, water supply, flood protection, and water quality protection.
The Interstate Council on Water Policy (ICWP) represents state,
interstate, and regional water agencies, academic institutions,
professional and business firms, and individuals committed to the
conservation, use, development, and wise management of water. ICWP has
become a national voice for water-related interests in the United States.
The Interamerican Dialogue is being held In conjunction with the five
water management districts' and the Department of Environmental
Protection's Annual Water Management Conference of Florida and the
- AAnnual Meeting of the Interstate Council on Water Policy.


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TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS AND
DISCOUNTS

ETA/Carlson Travel Network is the official
travel agent for the Interamerican
Dialogue on Water Management.
Call ETA at (800) 456-7075, Monday-
Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. or (407) 689-
9077 (outside the United States) for all
your travel needs. ETA has negotiated
special rates for Latin American partici-
pants.
American Airlines is the official airlines of
the Dialogue. Special discounts of 5-10%
off the lowest applicable fare are available
for U.S. and Canadian participants. These
discounts are available through ETA or
American Airlines only. Call American at
(800) 433-1790. The code to obtain your
discount is AN0503GG.


HOTEL RESERVATIONS

All events for the Interamerican Dialogue will
be held at the beautiful, bayfront Inter-
Continental Hotel in Miami. Special rates
are being offered to Dialogue participants.
You can make your reservations by calling
the hotel at (800) 327-3005 or (305) 577-
1000 (outside the United States). Or you
can complete the reservation card and return
it to the hotel via fax or mail. Reservations
Fax: (305) 372-4720. Mailing Address: Hotel
Inter-Continental. 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami,
Florida 33131. Dialogue participants will
receive the following conference rates:
Single: $95.00 Double: $105.00
You must make your reservations by
September 15, 1993. Reservation requests
received after that date are not guaranteed
the conference rate.


FIELD TRIPS AND TOURS

Visit the Florida Everglades, tour Biscayne Bay by boat, or see advanced water
management practices in operation. After Ihe presentation of The Miami Declaration
on Saturday morning, optional field trips will depart from the hotel for destinations
throughout South Florida. Choose from six different trips featuring citrus production
and application of best management practices in agriculture, a state-of-the-art water
treatment plant, the National Hurricane Center, the Everglades Nutrient Removal
project, or the Everglades Agricultural Area. A tour of the Everglades has also been
organized to offer participants a firsthand experience of this International Biosphere
Reserve.
Detailed descriptions, including exact times, costs, and itineraries are available to
Dialogue registrants. Please indicate on your registration form that you would like to
receive information on field trips and it will be sent to you prior to the Dialogue.


HOTEL INTER-CONTINENTAL MIAMI


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TO MAKE RESERVATIONS U SINGLE OCCUPANCY: RESERVATIONS MUST BE
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PER ROOM OR YOUR CREDIT CARD 3 DAYS FOLLOWING YOUR MEETING. [ MASTERCARD [ VISA
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IT WILL BE CANCELLED.I II---ANE---RI I OLUE
If the reservation is not honored on the day of arrival CAR
or is not cancelled before6:00 p.m. on that date, the CA UM
room will be billed for one night and then the
reservation will be cancelled. If room at the rate
requested unavailable, one at the nearest available EXPIRATION DATE SIGNATURE
rate will be reserved. FOR SUITE INFORMATION AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 1-800-327-3005


100 CHOPIN PLAZA MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131 ARRIVAL TIME:


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Registration Rates*
Includes receptions and all meals referred to
in the agenda, conference materials, regis-
tration for entire conference, and special
events.
L Non-Profit $325.00
L Government $425.00
L Business $525.00
A special discount rate of ten percent applies to registra-
tion of three of more participants from the same organiza-
tion. Please send all registration forms at the same time.
A non-profit rate excluding meals and special events is
available upon request.


Day Rate and Special Events
L ICWP/WMD/DEP Day
(Includes lunch and Inaugural Reception)
U International NGO Forum
(Includes lunch and Inaugural Reception)
i Inaugural Reception (10/27)
i Interamerican Banquet (10/28)


$100.00

$50.00

$50.00
$50.00


Amount Enclosed

Registration Deadline is September 15,
1993. Space is limited and hundreds of
inquiries have already been received. We
strongly urge you to register now, before the
deadline.
Make your check payable and mail with reg-
istration form to: Global Tomorrow
SCoalition, 1325 G Street, N.W., Suite 1010,
Washington, DC 20005-3104, USA.


Round Table Selections
Please indicate below your order of prefer-
ence for participation in the round table ses-
sions. Assignments will be made on a first
reserved first assigned basis. Due to the
constraints imposed by simultaneous trans-
lation and room size, first preference may not
be available.


_ Management of Aquatic Ecosystems
SWater Supply and Sanitation
Infrastructure in a Sustainable
Development Context
_ Water Governance and Policy


For the purposes of planning for translation
services, please let us know what languages
you have fluency in:
1 English a Portuguese L Spanish


Please send me additional information about:
Exhibit Opportunities
a Field Trips
[ Sponsoring Dialogue Events
Q Media Packets
L Scholarship Information
(Please provide background information with this request)

This Registration Brochure is available in
English, Portuguese and Spanish. Would
you like to receive more copies? (Please
specify language and quantity)



Please let us know about any accommoda-
tions you may need to make the site and
program accessible.







This program is offered on a nondiscrimina-
tory basis without regard to race color,
national origin, age, sex, or disability.


Questions? Please Call (407) 687- 6105


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Sponsored By:
The Florida Water Management Districts
Florida Department of Envrwhrimfl Protection
nterstatecaCunicion Wtser PoWny
In Cooperation With:
Organization of Anerioan States
United Nations Developrent Pograimmne
United Nations Economic Coiwnmason for jatin
Amerit and the Carittren
Pan-Amerioan Health Organinaon
Inter-American Development Bank
Environmental and Energy Study Insritute
Grupo Esquel
Global Tomorrow Coalition
MaaArthur Foundation
National Audubon Society
Together Foundation
Woridwatch Institute
American Water Resources Association
American Society of CIvil Engineers -
International Section
Inter-American Association of Banitary and
Environmental Engineering (AIDIS)
Tennessee Valey Authortty
U.S. Army Corps of Engneers
City of Miami
North-South Center
Boyle Engineering Company, Inc.
Ecology and Environment, Inc.
Law Comparies Group
and others

Hosted By:
South Florida Water Management District


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