Theme 06

Monitoring and Reporting on SDG 6

Water and basic sanitation are structural themes of the United Nations 2030 Agenda, defined in 17 Sustainable Development Goals and agreed between all 193 signatory nations. The fight against poverty, the protection of the planet and the building of prosperous and peaceful societies are within the scope of SDG6 “Clean Water and Sanitation for All”, which addresses issues related to water resources, water supply and sanitation. How countries have defined their goals and strategies and how they monitor the SDG6 is a topic of relevant and timely debate, especially when the timeline is 10 years from its completion.

The Theme 6 – Monitoring and Reporting is a broad debate proposed at Brazil Water Week, which will be led by Brazilian and foreign experts, in order to understand the progress of the monitoring goals and strategies adopted for the fulfillment of SDG6 by the year 2030.

The relevant aspects that must be brought to the debate are the importance of governance, the quality and integrity of the information, the transparency in the management and disclosure of that information, the reporting processes and the forms of communication to the most diverse stakeholders.

The Theme 6 will be addressed in two sessions: Monitoring and Reporting on SDG 6.1, 6.2 and SDG 6.3 – Water and Sanitation access – and Monitoring and Reporting on SDG 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6 and 6.A and 6B – Water Resources, in which the monitoring systems related to water distribution, sanitation, water quantity and quality and water resources management will be presented.

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Adriana Lagrotta Leles

Sanasa

Adriana is an advisor to the President of Sanasa for Sustainability Management. She works in business strategy through the Sustainable Development Goals, prioritization and engagement of stakeholders. She occupies the position of member of the Stakeholder Council GRI and the Advisory Council of Global Compact in Brazil. She is a speaker recommended by the UN Global Compact and the Global Reporting Initiative. She has a postgraduate degree in Planning and Regulation and Benchmarking applied to Basic Sanitation at the Faculty of Hydraulic Engineering at the University of São Paulo, a degree in Sustainability Management and Corporate Responsibility from the Unicamp Institute of Economics; and a degree in Social Communication/Journalism.

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Angelo José Rodrigues Lima

Water Governance Observatory

He is a PhD in Environmental Analysis and Territorial Dynamics (UNICAMP/2018) and holds a master´s degree in Environmental Planning (UFRJ/2000); He is an specialist in Legal, Institutional and Economics Instruments for Water Resources Management (UFPB/2000) and a biologist (UFRRJ/1988). He worked for 5 years at CEIVAP and 12 years at the Water for Life Program at WWF-Brazil. As a result of one of the works in this institution, he holds the position of Executive Secretary of the Water Governance Observatory. He has 30 years of experience in the environment and water management, which has been characterized by a holistic view of the country's problems, in particular environmental problems and water resources.

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Marcus Fuckner

ANA

Marcus Fuckner has a Bachelor's Degree in Geography from the Federal University of Santa Catarina - UFSC (2004), a Master´s Degree in Remote Sensing from Instituto
National Institute for Space Research - INPE (2007) and is a PhD in Geography from
University of Brasília - UnB (2015). He has been working as an specialist in Geoprocessing at the National Water Agency - ANA in Brasília/DF since 2010 and is currently in the Coordination of Conjuncture and Information Management.

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Maria Lúcia

ABES

A chemical engineer, specialist in Environmental Management. She had, from 1978 to 2013, activities at the State Foundation for Environmental Protection (FEPAM), in the area of of Water Resources - control and quality of surface water - coordinating the
implementation of Water Quality Monitoring Programs in the State of Rio Grande do Sul, the Analysis of Environmental Impact Studies and Environmental Licensing. She has published several works on Water Quality Assessment, Environmental Planning, Water Resources Management and Society's Participation in the Environmental Management Process. She was president of the Rio Grande do Sul Section of the Brazilian Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering - ABES in the 2001/2003 and 2003/2005 periods; She was the director of the Southern Region in the 2012/2014 and 2014/2016 periods and an assistant treasurer in the 2016/2018 period of the National Board of ABES. She is a member of the Editorial Board of Revista Bio, published by ABES. She has been a CONAMA advisor representing ABES since 2013 and a member of the Interministerial Working Group for Monitoring the Implementation of the National Basic Sanitation Plan - PLANSAB. She is an advisor to the National Environment Fund (FNMA) and also performs consultancy and advice on environmental aspects in Plans, Projects and Programs with an emphasis on Environmental Monitoring - Water Resources.