The Common Good is proud to assemble a delegation to join the international Conference on Water in Paris in partnership with the Netanya Academic College with the cooperation of European Leadership Network (ELNET), France-Israel Foundation (FIF), French-American Chamber of Commerce (FACC) and Veolia Environnement S.A.
The conference is dedicated to advancing cutting-edge technological water solutions through regional and global cooperation in scarce water environments with an emphasis on Middle East water cooperation and issues.
We welcome you to join this important conversation on solutions to the impending water crisis and discover the innovative ways to tackle this threat. You will hear from leading scientists, officials, and organizations who are on the frontlines of this issue.
The Common Good will also provide a briefing by William Drozdiak, Sr. Fellow at Brookings, former President of the American Academy Council on Germany, and author of “Fractured Continent: Europe’s Crisis & the Fate of the West”. Most recently, Drozdiak has been closely studying France and President Emmanuel Macron. He will provide a lively and in-depth geopolitical briefing on France and European today. We may also have other briefings and cultural events on offer for our delegation. Please sign up now and we will send you the working itinerary and additional information.
Joining the Delegation:
Members in good standing of The Common Good may join the TCG delegation to the Conference on Water & Life for $500 to $1,000 (depending on the number of people sign up). This cost includes the conference proceedings on Thursday, Oct 11th and a Round Table discussion on Friday, Oct 12th and helps defray TCG administrative costs. This does not include hotel stay, and meals.
If you are a non-member, we require an additional $500 minimum donation for membership.
Please sign up now and we will send you the working itinerary and additional information.
Also, we want to hear your thoughts or suggestions for this conference -- please feel free to call our office at 212-599-7040 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.