FogQuest is an innovative, international, non-governmental, non-profit organization, which implements and promotes the environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable use of fog, rain and dew as sustainable water resources for people in arid regions of developing countries.
The Freshwater Action Network is a global network of environmental and developmental Non-governmental and Community Based Organisations working to strengthen civil society's participation in international water policy formulation.
The Freshwater Society is dedicated to conserving, restoring, and protecting freshwater resources and their surrounding watersheds, through its program initiatives in freshwater resource management, groundwater and surface water stewardship activities, public education, conferences and publications.
The Gender and Water Alliance is a network of 300 organizations and individuals from around the world with an independent steering committee. It is an Associated Programme of the Global Water Partnership (GWP) funded by the governments of the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Because of the pooled experience and skills contained in this network, the GWA offers a mix of information and knowledge - sharing activities such as electronic conferencing, a web site, advocacy leaflets and video, annual reports, capacity-building and pilot programmes.
The Georgian Center for Environmental Research provides public awareness activities, which regarding different environemntal concerns. The sphere of their activities cover: policy, public awareness and environmental health aspects. Their website offers information on water pollution issues in different regions of Georgia.
The objectives of this association are to enhance the ecological awareness of the general public and raise awareness of the necessitiy of protecting water bodies.
This website has information about the association, water-related links, news and access to the association's newsletter.
Glaciers online offers photos and overviews concerning glaciers from all over the world mainly based on the book ‘Glaciers’, published by Cambridge University Press. More material was added with an emphasis on glaciers of the Swiss Alps.
GEIC focuses on providing information to the Major Groups identified in Agenda 21. It has a commitment to better involve civil groups and people in environmental issues, and undertakes studies and activities that can better involve NGOs and other grassroots organizations in international and national environmental processes. It includes in particular a section on climate change.
This website helps educators and young people take action to improve their water
resources. The site allows users to: Enter, analyze and share data they collect about their water resources; Access interactive maps, calendars, guides and resources; Download classroom activities; Keep an ongoing project log to track progress made towards solving a
watershed problem; Share pictures and stories.
Global Water is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization. By emphasizing volunteer help, Global Water serves as a vehicle for caring individuals to get involved in the world-wide effort to provide clean drinking water for developing countries.
GWP is an international network of organisations and institutions. GWP members are equal partners, interested in water resources development and management, and are committed to the Dublin-Rio principles. As a reinforced network, GWP fosters interaction among its members by promoting "cross-sectorial and multi-stakeholder" dialogues at global, regional or national levels.
The Great Lakes Environmental Directory provides information via an extensive online library of Great Lakes environmental articles and organizations focused on the following: Great Lakes environment, threatened and endangered species, pollution, Great Lakes watershed issues, water quality, exotic species (alien species), Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Great Lakes ecology, air pollution, water pollution, water export, gas and oil drilling, Great Lakes aquatic habitat issues, mercury, wastewater/ sewage and septic issues, climate change (greenhouse effect), acid rain, drinking water contamination, Great Lakes wetlands protection, general EPA Region 5 and other Great Lakes issues and information, including Great Lakes activist resources.
The Great Lakes Renewal Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to cleaning up and renewing the Great Lakes. The Foundation's mandate focuses on Ontario's 16 Areas of Concern, which were identified in the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement of 1987.
Green Cross works to prevent conflicts in water-stressed regions. Green Cross promotes the need for international mediation to prevent and resolve water related conflicts, the need for an international fund for water, to be used particularly in times of emergency, and the recognition that a basic entitlement to safe water is a universal human right.
The Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) is a nonprofit organization whose members consist of state and federal ground water agencies, industry representatives, environmentalists and concerned citizens, all of whom come together within the GWPC organization to mutually work toward the protection of the USA’s ground water supplies. The purpose of the GWPC is to promote and ensure the use of best management practices and fair but effective laws regarding comprehensive ground water protection.
The Groundwater Foundation is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to informing the public about these resources. It presents the benefits everyone receives from groundwater and the very real risks that threaten it.
H2infO is an information clearinghouse on water quality issues in
Ontario with an emphasis on municipal water quality, quantity and flow
and national, provincial and local efforts to control municipal
non-point sources of water pollution. The H2infO web site includes news, events, links, resources, action
alerts, campaign overviews and commentary on municipal water issues.
H2o.net has been created to promote the use, share and diffusion of quality information concerning water in French speaking parts of the world. H2o is a French non profit organisation oriented on developing countries, with advisory services, monthly news edition and water image bank.