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Water Day Summit 2015 / at the United Nations

The out put of the Summit in the News See the article
In 1993, the United Nations General Assembly designated March 22 as the first World

At this year’s World Water Day Summit held at the United Nations in New York City on March 23rd, leaders of local and global organizations met to discuss this year’s theme of “Water and Sustainable Development” with panels including “Wastewater and Irrigation Challenges” and “Sustainable Innovation for Water Procurement.”


The Summit was hosted by MagneGas Corporation, The Jack Brewer Foundation and the U.S. Federation for Middle East Peace. The day was a huge success and the important water discussions were featured in national media outlets.


More about the World Water Day Summit

World Water Day Summit in the Media

Water Day. Twenty-two years later, World Water Day is celebrated around the world shining the spotlight on a different issue every year. In 2015, the theme for World Water Day is 'Water and Sustainable Development'. As an endorser of the United Nations Global Compact's CEO Water Mandate, we at MagneGas Corporation stand behind

our pledge to provide opportunities to make a positive impact in the emerging global water crisis and advance sustainable solutions. In keeping with this year’s theme, we will be conducting a panel on “Waste Water and Irrigation Challenges” as well as a panel on “Sustainable Innovations for Water Procurement,” each consisting of leaders in industry and state. With approximately 2.5 billion people living without basic sanitation facilities, and an estimated 748 million people lacking access to improved sources of drinking water in an ever-growing global population, sustainable innovations and practices must lead the way. As a country that has made enormous strides by taking a proactive approach to both sanitation and water access, we would like to make a formal request that you attend our Summit. We believe that your attendance and involvement at this event would contribute to the dialogue that will be had surrounding global efforts to manage clean water.