The Global River Discharge Database development efforts represent the first step in a continually evolving compilation of river discharge information. One of the primary sources of RivDis v1.0 provides discharge data from the original UNESCO publication series (1969 - 1984)in a digital format that can be easily acquired and analyzed by researchers and planners in the water sciences community.
Maintained by the Comisión para la Gestión Integrada del Agua en Bolivia (CGIAB), this site is devoted to water resources legislation in Bolivia. It includes the full texts of existing and proposed water laws and regulations, proposed amendments from NGOs, water laws and related documents from other Latin American countries.
BPD is a project-based initiative that studies, supports and promotes strategic examples of partnerships involving business, civil society and government working together for the development of communities around the world. The Water and Sanitation cluster is a co-initiative from Générale des Eaux (Vivendi), WaterAid and the World Bank Group. It aims at identifying specific lessons learned about partnerships from existing projects which are providing responsive and affordable water services to urban poor and to demonstrate that these can be replicated and scaled up to national and regional levels.
The California Urban Water Conservation Council was created to increase efficient water use statewide through partnerships among urban water agencies, public interest organizations, and private entities. The Council's goal is to integrate urban water conservation Best Management Practices into the planning and management of California's water resources.
The CDA was founded to advance the implementation of practices to ensure the safe operation of dams in Canada. It is concerned with technical, environmental, social, economic, legal, and administrative aspects of dams and their safety.
The site is devoted to the promotion of effective management of water
resources, to the defense of water rights of indigenous peoples and to
the protection of the highland ecosystems of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile
It gives a series of information on the impacts of dams, impoundments, abstraction, development and related water links. The website, online since 1994, is a project of the Dam-Reservoir Working Group in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
The Danish Water Resources Committee (Dansk Vandressource Komité – DVK) was established in June 1994 by a group of Danish organisations. The motivation was a felt need for a forum which could co-ordinate activities and strategies and facilitate exchange and dissemination of information of matters of common interest within the area of water resources and hydrology.
Earthjustice works through the courts to safeguard public lands, national forests, parks, and wilderness areas; to reduce air and water pollution; to prevent toxic contamination; to preserve endangered species and wildlife habitat; and to achieve environmental justice.
A virtual meeting place for the Pantanal Matogrossense (Brazil-Bolivia-Paraguay) and the Florida Everglades (USA). EPI provides an open forum for discussion of technical and scientific aspects of ecosystem management in the Everglades and Pantanal wetlands.
This website will publicize industry policies, promote popularization of water technology, release industry information, carry out e-business operations, and facilitate the application of internet technology in water industries.
The Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA) hopes to become a meeting point for both public and private entities working in the area of water and a forum which puts the research which is conducted into contact with the society.
Research project supported by the European Commission under the Fifth Framework Programme that aims to define criteria to assess the appropriateness of wastewater reuse concepts and to identify the potential role of wastewater reuse in European water management.
The International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) is a scientific organization made up of researchers studying the Laurentian Great Lakes and other large lakes of the world, as well as those with an interest in such research.
The objective of this email discussion list IRRIGATION-L is to support the international irrigation community by providing a dedicated information and exchange service intended for discussions in the field of irrigation theory and practice.