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Published in Upper Parana
Saturday, 05 November 2011 05:32

Amazonas 2030

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"Llamado para crear una visión de Estado sobre la Amazonia ¿Qué esperamos de la Amazonia colombiana y qué papel deseamos que juegue en el futuro?” Con esa pregunta Martín von Hildebrand, director ejecutivo de la FGA, resumió los comentarios sobre el Índice de la Amazonia colombiana y la II Encuesta de Percepción Ciudadana presentados hoy al país.

Published in _Amazon Global

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Our MISSION is to have healthy source waters throughout the Assiniboine River Watershed.

Our VISION is citizens and communities of the Assiniboine River Watershed working together to protect the source waters of the Assiniboine River; its tributaries and aquifers within the watershed.

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Mission : To protect and improve the natural, recreational and cultural values of the Clutha Mata-Au River corridor by creating a regional river park and trail. The Clutha Mata-Au is a world-class river and a major regional and national asset. Unfortunately, it has been threatened by further hydro dams and it is being degraded by subdivision developments...,
Published in Clutha

The consensus building approach used in this visioning process established multiple priorities aimed to achieve and maintain a healthy Conewago Creek Watershed.

Published in Susquehanna

Vishakha Rajput - The Water Network - has posted this for us in "riversnetwork.org" LinkedIn group :

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Published in Xingu
Friday, 11 November 2011 00:35

Manitoba Water Stewardship

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Manitoba Water Stewardship provides leadership in environmental stewardship for the benefit of current and future generations of Manitobans so the social, economic and inherent environmental value of water is protected and realized. Manitoba's water and fish resources are managed sustainably and people are safe from water hazards.

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L’eau, depuis longtemps, est devenue une affaire technique. Déjà les puits ou le moulin à eau d’autrefois étaient des outils demandant des connaissances spécifiques et des savoir-faire élaborés. En ville, cela fait longtemps que l’on ne boit plus l’eau à la source. L’eau potable que nous usons quotidiennement nécessite le recours à diverses technologies pour la capter, la potabiliser, l’acheminer et la restituer au milieu naturel.

Published in Rupel
Saturday, 21 January 2012 09:38

Restoring the Derwent (Tasmania)

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Greening Australia has engaged government, industry, farmer, recreation and other community groups in its vision of a healthy Derwent River catchment.

Published in Derwent

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Published in Sabarmati
Friday, 28 October 2011 03:54

Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition

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“Cultivate a sustainable future from a sustainable environment rooted in culture and a wild salmon ecosystem.” The Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition was founded in 2004 by a diverse group of people living and working in the Skeena river watershed. Our board of directors and membership reflects the broad interests of the people in this region.
Published in Skeena
Thursday, 26 January 2012 01:27

Sustainable Silicon Valley

SSV is leading Silicon Valley to a more sustainable future through collaboration with local government agencies, businesses, and community organizations to identify and address these highest-priority environmental issues. We do this by engaging prominent Valley organizations to proactively work toward self-imposed goals of reducing regional CO2 emissions and water use – and helping them translate those goals into measurable results.

Published in San Francisco Bay
Saturday, 12 November 2011 01:57

The Peel Watershed: A First Nations Perspective

Published in Peel

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In 1997, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and the Department of Interior formed a unique partnership with the goal of developing a shared approach for managing the Platte River. Water users from the three states and local and national conservation groups joined the effort. Together, these stakeholders developed an innovative approach for improving the management of the Platte — for the health of the ecosystem and the people that depend on it.

Published in Platte
Saturday, 12 January 2013 00:00

The Upper Souris Watershed Association

The Upper Souris Watershed Association is an independent, non-profit organization that has been developed to implement the key action items from the Watershed Protection Plan. The USWA was incorporated as a non-profit on February 24, 2010. The watershed protection plan has been developed under the leadership of Saskatchewan Watershed Authority by holding meetings with local watershed advisory committees.
Published in Souris

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The Drin Basin covers a geographical area that includes Albania, Greece, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo (United Nations administered region, Security Council resolution 1244) and Montenegro. The Drin River is the connecting body of this water system, linking the lakes, wetlands, rivers and other aquatic habitats into a single ecosystem of major importance.

Published in Drin-Buna
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 00:00

Upper Etowah River Alliance

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The Upper Etowah River Alliance (UERA) is a community-based watershed protection group that works in the Etowah basin upstream of Lake Allatoona. We formed in 1997 to provide regional leadership to promote watershed protection strategies across the five Upper Etowah counties (Cherokee, Forsyth, Pickens, Dawson and Lumpkin). Our membership is made up of a diverse group of stakeholders.

Published in Alabama
Tuesday, 24 January 2012 00:00

Volga-Akhtuba Floodplain Biosphere Reserve

The Volga-Akhtuba represents a mosaic structure of different landscapes, with high-yielding floodplain meadows, spawning grounds, oak groves and internationally important wetlands.

Published in Volga Delta (Akhtuba)

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Whitewater NZ is the national organisation representing recreational whitewater canoeing and kayaking in New Zealand. It has over 16 member clubs corresponding to around 800 active members. Our primary objective is expressed in our purpose (above) and our work is coordinated in four portfolios:

Published in Wairau

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Published in Verde

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