The American Club of Buenos Aires has the pleasure to invite you to our next event in the Club’s “Round of distinguished speakers”: a lunch conference with fellow Club member Pablo Bereciartua, the Secretary of Infrastructure and Water Policy for the Republic of Argentina. Secretary Bereciartua will speak about infrastructure projects implemented during his term, problems encountered, and future initiatives involving water, hydraulic energy, adaption to climate change and the expansion of agricultural land. The event will take place on Wednesday, August 7. Please see the flyer below for more details.
Secretary Bereciartua graduated from the National University of La Plata as a civil engineer, specializing in hydraulic engineering and communications. He has been the Director General of Infrastructure for the City of Buenos Aires.
In addition to being a Fulbright scholar (he studied at Berkeley University), Pablo is also an Eisenhower Fellow, a Yale World Fellow and an IIASA Fellow(International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis in Viena, Austria). See further information below.
The event, which is hosted in partnership with The Essential, has a special early bird price for those who buy tickets prior to August 5 (AR $950 for American Club members and AR $1,200 for non-members). Beginning August 5, tickets will be available for AR $1,200 (members) and AR $1,500 (non-members). The ticket includes a three course lunch and vino tinto provided by Rutini Wines. Reservations can be made through [email protected]