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IWRM in Nigeria

On 8 April 2010 Bart Goes held a presentation on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in Nigeria at the VU University in Amsterdam. His presentation went into the river basins of the Hadejia-Jama’are, Komadugu and Yobe in the semi-arid North of Nigeria and the Cross River in the humid South of Nigeria.

 
Guide to Hydrological Practices: new edition by WMO

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has just published the new (6th) edition of its Guide to Hydrological Practices. The Guide now has fewer but broader chapters and is issued in two volumes:
1 – Hydrology: From Measurement to Hydrological Information
2 – Management of Water Resources and Application of Hydrological Practices

 
World Water Day Speech Prince of Orange now available

WWDay_Prince_of_OrangeThe speech presented by the Prince of Orange, Chair of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Advisory Board on Sanitation (UNSGAB), on the occasion of the 2010 World Water Day is now available on the World Water Day webpage.

 
Water quality reader by UNW-DPAC

A reader on water quality issues has been published by the United Nations Office to Support the International Decade for Action ‘Water for Life’ 2005–2015, which implements the UN-Water Decade Programme on Advocacy and Communication (UNW-DPAC).

 
Управление Риском Трансграничных Наводнений: опыт региона ЕЭК ООН

The Russian version of the recent UNECE report «Transboundary flood risk management: experiences from the UNECE region» is now available for download.

 
IWRM as a tool for adaptation to climate change

This training manual is developed to assist capacity builders in developing training and educational programmes on the use of IWRM tools and instruments for adaptation to climate change impacts. The material is intended to increase the understanding of climate change impacts and what can be done now.

 
IAHS March 2010 Newsletter available

The March 2010 Newsletter (96) of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) is now available for download. The IAHS newsletter is now published in electronic form only.

 
Rainwater harvesting: a lifeline for human well-being

This publication highlights the link between rainwater harvesting, ecosystems and human well being and draws the attention of readers to both the negative and positive aspects of using this technology and how the negative benefits can be minimized and positive capitalized. The report  has been prepared for UNEP by the Stockholm Environment Institute.

 
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