The Committee belongs to the Geological Survey Water Resources Division. Its purpose is to represent the interests of water-information users and professionals in advising the Federal Government on Federal water-information programs and the effectiveness in meeting the Nation's water-information needs. Member organizations will help to foster communications between the Federal and non-Federal sectors on sharing water information.
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.
FAO Water maintains an extensive multi-scale information base on water for use at global, national and local levels. It also provides assistance to countries in shaping their agricultural policies, in relation to land and water management. Additionally, FAO Water maintains a strong technical expertise in the field of water management, with special focus on enhanced agricultural productivity, poverty eradication and environmental sustainability.
The Kompetenzzentrum Wasser Berlin is an international centre for water research and knowledge transfer. This association enables the various companies and partners to carry out projects in cooperation with national and international water technology centres.
The Learning to be WaterWise program gives students and families a strong understanding of the nature and importance of water. The program teaches about the water cycle and explores sources, uses and the conservation of water. It addresses water issues in and outside of the home including: water wise planting and outdoor watering habits.
The committee was established by the Government of the Slovak Republic in 1993. It co-ordinates the activities of the Slovak institutions within the International Hydrological Programme of Unesco, and within the International Association of the Hydrological Sciences.
The Hydrological Atlas of Switzerland comprises a systematic sequence of maps split up into eight chapters following a classification of hydrology according to the system elements: precipitation, snow and glaciers, evaporation, rivers and lakes, water balance, soil- and groundwater. It also considers physical and chemical aspects of the system elements.
Water Conserve is a Water Conservation Portal dedicated to protecting and conserving drinking water and ecosystems worldwide - with a genuine Internet water search engine, constant water news and link tracking, and biocentric commentary.
To set the stage for an active community discussion about the future of water on the Island of O'ahu, Hawaii, the Board of Water Supply commissioned an interpretive exhibit, booklet and website that reviews the origin of the islands and the place use of water by native and contemporary society. It ends with a preview of what the future holds.