This week we're bringing you more from the Blue Summit on water issues.
Steven Shrybman practices international trade and public interest law in Ottawa, and he's on the Board of Directors of the Council of Canadians. He frequently speaks and has written extensively on the impact of international trade law on various aspects of Canadian policy. He has also been involved in drafting and promoting conventions on cultural diversity and access to water as a human right. In his presentation on the "next ten years" of public water on November 29th, Shrybman gave his audience seven convincing reasons why it isn't necessarily all doom and gloom ahead.
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