Dr. Roberto Lenton
Water Engineering / Climate Change
As Chair of the Technical Committee of the GWP, Dr. Lenton is leading the Committees work to create, accumulate and disseminate knowledge on ways to manage water resources in more integrated ways. As Chair of WSSCC, he is leading the Steering Committee in its work to develop the Councils policies and strategy, and guiding the Councils efforts to help countries achieve the Millennium Development Goals for water and sanitation. And at the IRI, Dr. Lenton is advising the Director-General and Board on matters relating to international programs and partnerships, promoting and spearheading fundable initiatives that link IRIs scientific efforts to sustainable development processes.
- Biggest obstacles for achieving this Millennium Development Goal
- Changing United States policies for development assistance
- Living in Sri Lanka
- Millennium Develoment Goal on Water & Sanitation, Situation needs to be reversed
- Most incredible example of hope through action
- The future for our grandchildren
- The Global Water Partnership
- The state of Water and Sanitation in Sub-Saharan Africa
- The well-being of the US depends on the development of other countries
- Water and Sanitation is one of the most important goals
- Water is the most important growth factor for the future
- What is the difference between the poverty we see in America and extreme poverty?
- What is WaterAid?
- What makes Africa unique over other third world regions of the globe?
- Why have the past 60 years of aid not been able to solve the problems?
- Why should the average American believe the situation can change?
- Why this is so important
- Working in India, Life-Changing
- Young people getting involved