Biodiversité, eau et gestion des ressources naturelles

OECD Expert Meeting “Sustainable Financing for Affordable Water Services: From Theory to Practice"

 

POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS

 

Session 1: Overview of OECD’S Horizontal Water Project

 

Overview of OECD’S Horizontal Water Project Water pricing and financing
• Monica Scatasta (OECD/ENV) PPT

How to implement the OECD work more effectively
• David Lloyd Owen (Envisager, UK) PPT
• Jack Moss (AQUAFED/BIAC, France) PPT
• Catherine Revels (WSP/World Bank, India) PPT

 

Session 2: Water Pricing : From Theory to Practice

 

Key questions of the OECD project component on water pricing
• Monica Scatasta (OECD/ENV) PPT

Pricing water services: economic efficiency, revenue efficiency and affordability
• John Boland (Johns Hopkins University, USA): Consumer tariffs: How can the theory guide us? PPT
• Anne Olivier (DIAL, France) : Affordability: principles and practice PPT
• João Simâo Pires (IRAR – Water & Waste Regulatory Agency, Portugal): Consumer tariffs in practice: The Portuguese experience PPT

Pricing water resources: Economic instruments for water resources management: from theory to practice
• Antonio Massarutto (Univ. of Udine / Bocconi Univ., Italy): Abstraction charges: How can the theory guide us? PPT
• Patrick Thomas (ANA – National Water Agency, Brazil): Abstraction charges in practice: The Brazilian experience PPT
• Jorge Rodriguez Romero (European Commission, DG-ENV, EC): Implications for the implementation of the Water Framework Directive PPT

 

Session 3: Agriculture Water Pricing and Policies

 

Key questions of the OECD project component on water pricing for agriculture
• Kevin Parris (OECD/TAD) PPT

The theory and main policy issues of water pricing in agriculture  – taking into account economic and environmental aspects
• David Zilbermann (UC Berkeley, USA) PPT
• Mike Young (University of Adelaide, Australia) PPT

The practice of water pricing in agriculture  – taking into account economic and environmental aspects
• Seamus Parker (Queensland Dept. of Natural Resources and Mines, Australia): The Australian experience PPT
• Jonathan Fisher, (UK Environment Agency, UK): The UK experience PPT
• Chebet Maikut, (IFAP-FAPI, Uganda): Water Access & Management in Agriculture PPT
• Mikiko Sugiura (University of Tokyo, Japan): Social aspects PPT

 

Session 4: Innovative Business Models to Finance Water Services

 

Problématique and issues for discussion
• Xavier Leflaive (OECD/ENV) PPT

Innovative models based on alternative technologies in WSS services
• Harald Hiessl (Fraunhofer Institute, Germany): Alternative scenarios of Urban Water Infrastructure Systems PPT
• Jon Freedman, James Hotchkies (General Electric Water, US): The perspective of a technology supplier PPT

Potential consequences on business models
• George van Ramshorst (ABN Amro): The perspective of a banker PPT
• Richard Franceys (Cranfield University, UK): A regulatory perspective PPT

Innovative financing for water supply and sanitation
• Fernando J. Gama (Evensen Dodge International): Innovative sub-sovereign water finance: The Mexican and other experiences PPT

 

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