Action Against Hunger is currently working on specific angles of research: whilst it is continuing to improve its knowledge on nutrition, it is concentrating its efforts more specifically on the concepts of "food security" and "conflict prevention". Water and Sanitation is one of its area of activity.
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.
The role of the Agence de l’eau Seine-Normandie Research and Studies Centre is to analyse the natural environment and imagine ways to protect water resources and combat pollutions. The Agence also has international activities, concerning humanitarian help, cooperation, Europe, and water agencies system promotion.
ACSAD is a regional center for research and studies pertaining to the development of the arid and semi-arid areas of the Arab World. It was established in Damascus in 1971 within the framework of the League of Arab States. ACSAD is governed by the Council of the Arab Ministers of Agriculture.
The Arizona Water Protection Fund is an annual source of monies for the development and implementation of measures to protect water of sufficient quality and quantity to maintain, enhance, and restore rivers and streams and associated riparian habitat.
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.
CEEP provides a forum for scientific research concerning the impact of phosphates on the environment. It is actively working on sustainable development through the objective of recovering phosphates from waste waters for recycling.
CEDARE was established within the Arab Region and Mediterranean Europe, to become a centre which can assist the region in its efforts to pursue global environmental trends and support national programme efforts in the implementation of Agenda 21, through fostering their national capacities. It includes a Land and Water Resources Management Programme.
The Centre for Science and Environment is one of India’s leading environmental NGOs with a deep interest in with a deep interest in sustainable natural resource management. Today when India faces double environmental threat – of ‘ecological poverty’ and extensive land degradation, on one hand, and rapidly growing toxification and pollution arising out of industrialisation and economic growth, on the other – the Centre is trying to advocate solutions to deal with both the problems.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Water Quality and Treatment was established in 1995 under the Australian Government's Cooperative Research Centres Program to provide a national strategic research capacity for the Australian water industry. It focuses on issues relating to water quality management and health risk reduction, from catchment and reservoir management and water treatment to the distribution of drinking water to consumers' taps.
The Water Affairs and Forestry mission is to conserve, manage and develop the water resources and forests of the country in a scientific and environmentally sustainable manner in order to meet its social and economic needs.
Water and Environmental Studies Tema V is a centre for multi- and interdisciplinary postgraduate training and research within the Tema Institute at Linköping University. Research at Tema V is focused on water and environmental problems relevant to society.
Direccion General de Recursos Hidricos's missions are to assess and monitor surface water and groundwater resources in the country, and to forecast and alleviate the consequences of the natural disasters.
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 activities undertaken by UNU cover a broad range of issues related to the water crises. A major emphasis area deals with monitoring and management of water pollution in coastal areas. The general objective is to identify coastal areas which are threatened by pollution, recognize the potential land-based sources for such pollution and develop guidelines for management of pollution sources and for rehabilitation of degraded environments.
Organized by issue, Environment Canada's Freshwater Website is designed to educate Canadians about the importance and extent of freshwater in this country. Topics include : groundwater, lakes, rivers, water conservation, water quality, policy and legislation, interjurisdicational and international water issues, and water and culture. Links to other Canadian water-related Websites are also provided.
The EEA aims to support sustainable development and to help achieve significant and measurable improvement in Europe's environment through the provision of timely, targeted, relevant and reliable information to policy making agents and the public.
The French Institute for the Environment is a public administrative body under the authority of the French Ministry of Environment and constitutes its statistical department. IFEN's task is to produce and disseminate scientific and statistical documents and information in the following areas:
land use and natural resources, water quality and pollutant discharges, state of fauna, flora, terrestrial and marine ecosystems, protection of coastal and mountain areas and other protected or sensitive areas, soil quality, waste management, urban environment, etc.
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 FRIEND AMIGO website presents the FRIEND activities in Latin America and the Caribbean. The objectives of the project are: to improve the understanding of the spatial and temporal variability of hydrological regime, to share data of specific observation networks and experimental basins, to share and improve techniques for hydrological analyses, to detect tendencies determinated by variability and climate change, and to detect the human impact on regional flow regimes.