Integrated Water Resource Management - IWRM

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The basis of Integrated Water resources Management (IWRM) is that different uses of water are interdependent. This means that different uses of water resources are considered together. Water allocations and management decisions consider the effects of each use on the others. Sharing knowledge and experience and participatory decision-making about best practices is an important aspect of IWRM. The objective of this group is to encourage such knowledge sharing.

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“The Pioneering Role of the Yuma Desalting Plant in Large-Scale Membrane
31 Jul 2014 at 3:23
CGIAR Blog about IWRM versus Nexus Business as usual in water management will not
19 Jun 2014 at 8:37
Artesian wells are amazing phenomena. But they can cause salinity in the soil. Interesting
2 Jun 2014 at 3:09
The subsoiler (also called a chiseler plough), that can plough as deep as about 2 feet
13 May 2014 at 4:53
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30 Jul 2012 at 4:17
A new World Bank publication on risks of cooperation in international waters has been

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San Francisco’s Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) has launched its successful bold and risqué water conservation advertisements for the second year in a row to achieve well-below average consumption rates compared to the rest of California.

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