Sustainable water management in agriculture

Agriculture is a significant water user, and the sustainable management of this resource is vital. It impacts crop yields, ecosystem health, and global water security. This event underscores the importance of implementing sustainable water practices in agriculture to ensure long-term productivity, reduce environmental degradation, and support resilience in the face of changing climate conditions.

Current trends highlight a growing focus on sustainable water management within the agricultural sector. There is an increasing recognition of the need to optimize water use, reduce waste, and protect water quality. The event explores these trends, emphasizing the evolution of water-efficient agricultural practices and innovative technologies designed to promote sustainability in water management.

“Sustainable Water Management in Agriculture” provides a platform for farmers, water experts, and policymakers to discuss and explore sustainable water practices in agriculture. It serves as a space for sharing insights into successful water management strategies, the challenges faced, and solutions for integrating sustainability into farming practices. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of the significance of sustainable water management in agriculture and the importance of implementing these practices to enhance food security, protect ecosystems, and address climate change. This event is a crucial step toward promoting sustainable water practices in agriculture and fostering a more resilient and water-secure future.


Elena López-Gunn / CEO Icatalist, WPLead of EU soteria project, Senior Researcher at the Royal Elcano Institute


  • Fabrice Salamanca / VP Global Public Affairs at Danone
  • Fernando Veiga / Director Conservation Strategies LATAM. The Nature Conservancy
  • Kirsten James / Senior Water Program Director. Ceres
  • Marcio Viegas / Founder & Managing Director. SUST4IN

Live View

You can follow the broadcast of the event on the YouTube channel.

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