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Sunday, June 11, 2006 

The Government of Bolivia, the Department of Sustainable Development (DSD) of the Organization of American States (OAS), in cooperation with the Summit of the Americas Department and Development Gateway Foundation would like to invite you to participate in the Virtual Consultation Forum with Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples.
The forum is being organized as part of the preparation process of the First Inter-American Meeting of Ministers and High-Level Authorities on Sustainable Development that will address economic development sustainability and strengthening of environmental management through public participation, governance, gender equality, and protection of the rights for indigenous peoples.
This virtual forum has been created to facilitate the discussion on three important themes related to sustainable development in the region and that will be analyzed during the Meeting: (1) sustainable development of water resources, supporting integrated water resources management; (2) managing risks of natural disasters; and (3) sustainable agriculture, sustainable forestry and sustainable tourism.
You are invited to participate answering these key questions:
1. What are the needs on sustainable development that require an immediate response from competent organisms?
2. What do you think should be the priority on sustainable development during the discussion of ministers and why?
3. What are the benefits of using adequate practices for sustainable development?
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