IPFA South Africa: Johannesburg: When the Well Runs Dry - a Constructive Discussion on Water Security
Water security is a key risk facing all South Africans and is not limited to those living in the Western Cape. Reliable sources predict that with the influence of droughts and floods caused by global warming, population growth and increased usage of water for agriculture, all South Africans will be faced with water security concerns by 2025. How can Government and the private sector assist in alleviating this looming infrastructure crisis? Join us and our panel of lenders, private equity investors, environmental law experts and technical guru's to evolve the conversation for future solutions.
4.30pm Welcome & Introduction
4.40pm Keynote Address
Dr Anthony Turton, Professor in the Centre for Environmental Management, University of Free State
4.55pm Case Study: eMalahleni Water Project
Peter Gunther, Managing Director, Prentec Technical Services
5.15pm Panel Discussion
Chaired by: Alessandra Pardini, Partner, Webber Wentzel
Marc Immerman, Principal, Metier Sustainable Capital Fund
Garyn Rapson, Partner, Webber Wentzel
Catherine-Candice Koffman, Head of Infrastructure & Telecommunications Project Finance, Nedbank Limited
Francois Lategan, Technical Director, Aurecon
5.55pm Closing Remarks
6.00pm IPFA Update
Mike Peo, Head of Infrastructure, Energy and Telecommunications, Nedbank & Chair of the IPFA South Africa Branch Council
6.05pm Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by Webber Wentzel
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