The American Ground Water Trust is a not-for-profit education organization incorporated in 1986. The Trust, an independent authority on the hydrologic, economic and environmental significance of ground water, combines technical expertise with a track record of networking and communication skills.
The Mission of the American Ground Water Trust is to protect ground water, promote public awareness of the environmental and economic importance of ground water and to provide accurate information to assist public participation in water resources decisions.
The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is an international nonprofit scientific and educational society dedicated to the promotion of public health through the improvement of drinking water quality and supply. AWWA is proactive in advancing the technology, science, management, and government policies relative to the stewardship of water.
AGWA was initially formed in 1994 by a group of eight Southern California groundwater basin management agencies. Its mission is to promote interagency solutions that enhance the effective management of groundwater resources.
The Australian Water Association is a professional membership organisation formed in 1962 to promote the responsible management of water and its related resources. They have approximately 4,000 members across Australia and abroad, including both organisations and individuals.
The BHS was formed in 1983 in response to a recognised need for a new, broad-based national society. The Society caters for those with an interest in the inter-disciplinary subject of hydrology, and aims to promote interest and scholarship in scientific and applied aspects of hydrology and to foster the involvement of its members in national and international activities.
The CWRA is a national organization of individuals and organizatons interested in the management of Canada's water resources. The objectives of the Association are: to stimulate public awareness and understanding of Canada's water resources, to encourage public recognition of the high priority of water as a valued resource, to provide a forum for the exchange of information and opinion relating to the management of Canada's water resources, and to participate with appropriate agencies in international water resource management activities.
The Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP) is an autonomous, non-official, non-governmental, engineering/scientific professional organisation, promoting research & development in water resources, energy and allied disciplines, in India and abroad.
EcoEarth.Info is a one of a kind Environment Portal - with genuine Internet search, cutting biocentric commentary, social network and constant news and link tracking - all dedicated to achieving global environmental sustainability.
The mission of the EIA, a non profit European organisation, is to improve the products, practices and services used to manage water resources and to contribute to the global improvement of the environment. It regroups professionals in Western and Eastern Europe involved in the irrigation industry (manufacturers, importers, distributors, dealers, contractors, consultants, manufacturers' representatives, associations, water and energy agencies).
The European Small hydropower Association is a non - profit international association representing the sector of small hydropower.
ESHA serves to create a platform for actors in the field of SHP (from national association to research institutions and industry) to represent their interests at the European level.
The mission of the Inter-American Water Resources Network is to build and strengthen water resources partnerships between nations, organizations, and individuals that transcend disciplines, political boundaries, and language barriers; promote education and the open exchange of information and technical expertise; and enhance communication, cooperation, collaboration, and financial commitment to the implementation of integrated water and land resources management within the context of environmental and economic sustainability in the Americas.
IAHR particularly promotes the advancement and exchange of knowledge through working groups, specialty symposia, congresses, and publications on water resources, river and coastal hydraulics, risk analysis, energy, environment, disaster prevention, industrial processes.
IAH is a scientific and educational organisation whose aims are to promote research into and understanding of the proper management and protection of groundwater for the common good throughout the world. IAH has over 3,500 members in 135 countries.
The Association is a constituent body of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG). The objectives of the association are:
• to promote the study of Hydrology as an aspect of the earth sciences and of water resources
• to provide for discussion, comparison, and publication of research results
• to initiate, facilitate, and coordinate research into, and investigation of, those hydrological problems which require international cooperation.
The Commission is dedicated to enhancing the worldwide supply of food and fibre for all people by improving water and land management and the productivity of irrigated and drained lands through appropriate management of water, environment and application of irrigation, drainage and flood management techniques.
The International Commission on Large Dams (ICOLD) is a non-governmental International Organization which provides a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience in dam engineering. The Organization leads the profession in ensuring that dams are built safely, efficiently, economically, and without detrimental effects on the environment.
IWA's Vision is to be the leading international membership association for the improvement of urban water management worldwide. IWA's coverage includes all aspects of water supply and treatment, wastewater collection, treatment and disposal and overall management of water quality and quantity.
MWA is a non-profit organisation with the following objectives:
• to promote and advance the science and practice of engineering and management in the water supply and wastewater industries • to provide a forum for exchange of views among various sectors making up the water and wastewater industries
• to gather and disseminate through publications and other appropriate means information on water supply and wastewater with prior approval of the relevant authorities
• to provide advice and information on water supply and wastewater to public and private bodies as well as the general public.
MGWA aims to promote the scientific and public policy aspects of groundwater, to establish a common forum for people concerned with groundwater, to educate the general public regarding ground water resources, and to disseminate information on groundwater through meetings.
The mission of the NWRA includes promoting the development, control, conservation, preservation and utilization of the water resources of the nation, to cooperate with and assist federal, state and local agencies in securing prompt approval of and funding necessary for the construction, operation, maintenance and replacement of water projects, to preserve and promote the rights and interests of the states in their water resources, to conduct a public information program and support research programs, establish an objective factual record on the environmental and economic impacts of existing and proposed water resources development project.
ARID is a non-profit association. It was established in 1996 to meet the demands of irrigation and drainage professionals, while awaiting the establishment of national committees of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID). ARID covers 23 countries, that were not represented in the ICID.