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Sustainable River Basin Management demands a basin wide cooperation, because rivers form ecological units with their catchments. Pressures and water uses can have an impact on the water quality across the border. Therefore, in the River Basin Commission Weser all seven federal states (Laender), which have a share of the Werra, Fulda, Weser and Jade catchment areas and their tributaries...

The Bang Pakong river is characterised by rather abundant rainfall, very limited runoff during the dry season, a small potential for storing water, large areas of irrigated land and aquaculture, hubs of industrialization, difficulties to manage and prevent sea water intrusion, and water resources planning and management processes largely left to the discretion of the Royal irrigation Department...

The Werribee River Association (WRIVA) began its life in Werribee Township in 1981, with a view to protect and enhance the natural environment of the Werribee River. WRIVA understood that the whole of the river was important, and has acted strategically and practically, in an effort to gain support for the whole of the Werribee catchment. Based in Werribee, WRIVA works locally with Wyndham City Council, Melbourne Water, and Parks Victoria. The Werribee River Association is a properly licensed and affiliated group with Waterkeeper Alliance,...

There are many different stakeholders and landowners in the Georges River Catchment who all have a responsibility to manage their land in a way that ensures there is a minimal impact on the river and its ecosystems. The Georges River begins its journey approximately 60km south-west of Sydney in the town of Appin. From here the river flows north towards Liverpool, through the Chipping Norton Lakes Scheme, then east until it reaches Botany Bay.

Pembrokeshire Rivers Trust was formed in 2002 with the aim of restoring and safeguarding the rivers, lakes and wetlands of Pembrokeshire. The Trust was awarded charitable status in 2004.. The objectives of the Trust are to promote awareness of environmental issues and best practice, promote recreational enjoyment of rivers, lakes and wetlands, undertake research and development to help restore damaged habitats

This interactive website provides real-time information from new creek flow and rainfall gauges west of Highway 280 to help emergency responders and the general public make informed and timely decisions during storm events. This website is configured for computers, Android and iOS smartphones, and tablets.

"We protect nature and strengthen communities in Altai by facilitating our partners’ efforts to strengthen conservation and biodiversity protection, manage tourism sustainably, and strengthen the traditional lifeways and traditional knowledge of Altai’s indigenous peoples."

The waterlevel.ie website provides you with real-time access to data that has been recorded by the Office of Public Works (OPW) hydrometric network. The primary focus of the site is the transfer of water level data, however, additional parameters such as water temperature are presented as a by-product of water level data collection. The OPW hydrometric network extends to approximately 380 surface water monitoring stations...

One of the commitments set out in the Accord was to produce an Action Plan to be implemented by the forum and our respective organisations. Developing this Action Plan required a significant investment of time, energy, resources and collaboration from the forum members. The leaders identified six key priorities for the river:...

The SaveAberdarerivers.org was started by concerned Murang’a County residents who understand the value of best river management practices. "Our vision is to protect all the rivers that flow from Nyandarua Mountain range (Aberdare) from opportunistic, unsustainable flow extraction and environmental degradation". Unsustainable extraction consists ofdiverting excessive amounts of water...

Since 1967, the members, volunteers and staff of Neponset River Watershed Association have led, and continue to lead, an extraordinarily successful campaign to clean up and protect our water, waterways, and watershed lands. "We bring together citizens, scientists, engineers, and local officials to solve real-world problems in your neighborhood"....

It is a region of dramatic mountain peaks, beautiful rainforest, deep river valleys and spectacular gorges. The park is famous for the wild and pristine rivers that twist their way through the wilderness. The Franklin River itself has become synonymous with Australia's largest conservation battle - the battle to save the Franklin from a proposed hydro-electric power scheme which would have flooded the river.

 

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‘Working together to make a difference today and develop a sustainable environment for tomorrow.’ Here at the South West Catchments Council, or SWCC as we’re otherwise known, our job, put simply is to work with the community in caring for our south west environment. "We are the recognised regional natural resource management body for the South West Region ...

The Johnstone River Catchment and its associate streams is one of 10 catchments which discharge into the coastal zone of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Johnstone River Catchment Management Association is the operand for Integrated Catchment Management in the Johnstone river basin.

To restore and maintain the ecological features of the Tsolum River watershed by acting to preserve the integrity and stability of the river and its biotic community which will provide the necessary conditions for a self-supporting fish population. The Tsolum River Partnership will develop and maintain a riverine assessment framework to provide a comprehensive baseline assessment of the biophysical conditions...

The Susitna River Coalition includes a growing community of more than 15,000 individuals, groups, and businesses from around Alaska and the nation who support a free-flowing Susitna River and the healthy communities it sustains. Our immediate work is to stop the proposed Susitna mega dam through collaboration, education, advocacy and awareness of the values of an intact Susitna watershed.

Obeygol Wetland is proceeded the natural purification and succession centered on Ungok reservoir and many wetland resources(stream, pond, puddle, grassland), and has the highly conservative value. Also it is regarded as the historic place with resources of the inherent history and culture, including Gochang dolmen of World Heritage, ...

The Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI) (originally known as the Tumen River Area Development Programme) is an intergovernmental cooperation mechanism among four countries: China, Mongolia, Republic of Korea and Russian Federation, supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).Committing to the vision of building a great partnership for common prosperity between neighbours,...

This satellite image captured of southern Iran shows what an arid and inhospitable area most of this region is. Along the coast wetlands are also found, forming at the deltas of the Rud-e-Gaz and Rud-e-Hara rivers. This extensive complex of tidal mudflats, creeks, saltmarshes, mangroves, sandbanks and offshore islands is an important site for wintering waterbirds.

Winyah Rivers Alliance watches over the watersheds in the Lower PeeDee Basin, identified by the United States Geologic Survey as Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) 030402. This large watershed represents a drainage area of 11,700 square miles and includes the Waccamaw, Lumber-Little PeeDee, Lower PeeDee (including the Sampit), Lynches, and Black Rivers...

Congaree Riverkeeper’s advocacy efforts cover three different rivers in the Midlands of South Carolina and their tributaries. Our jurisdiction starts on the Broad River at the Parr Reservoir, and runs downstream approximately 28 miles where the Broad meets the Saluda River in Columbia. Our jurisdiction also includes a 12-mile stretch of the Saluda River from Lake Murray Dam, ...

The North Chickamauga Creek Conservancy is dedicated to conserving & enhancing the important natural, cultural, and recreational resources of the North Chickamauga Creek watershed for the present & future use and enjoyment of its human & natural inhabitants.Conservation is a wide field of study and action that includes the effort to preserve natural environments...

A coming together of nature and nurture, the Aammiq Wetlands Ramsar Site have developed into a natural environmental protection zone – a place where the people of Lebanon celebrate their nation, their traditions and their future. Today, as a place of employment directly for the people of Lebanon, with a direct supporting role in the tourism sector, ...

Bayou Land Conservancy is able to manage and permanently protect thousands of acres thanks in large part to the thousands of hours provided by expert volunteers. These volunteers are biologists, Master Naturalists, and attorneys. We also receive partner with local, state and federal agency representatives.

The Edwards Aquifer Authority is a political subdivision of the State of Texas that was created to manage, enhance, and protect the Edwards Aquifer system. The EAA participates in the Region L water planning group and is a member of Groundwater Management Area 7, 9, 10, and 13; the Texas Association of Groundwater Districts; and the Texas Water Conservation Association.

La cuenca del Segura abarca un territorio azotado desde tiempos inmemoriales por periodos de sequía y esporádicos episodios tormentosos, que han forjado el espíritu previsor de sus gentes. La Confederación Hidrográfica del Segura se ha adaptado de igual forma a estas condiciones especiales e integra una gestión escrupulosa de los escasos volúmenes hídricos de los que dispone.con una serie de obras y herramientas tecnológicas ...

The Hay-Zama complex is a large lowland wetland region comprising marshes, eutrophic freshwater lakes, willow swamps, river deltas, floodplain woodlands, and wet meadows. The area is located in the far northwest corner of Alberta, 50 km northeast of Rainbow Lake, and constitutes one of the most extensive sedge wetlands in western North America. ...

Concerns about cumulative impacts from regional development and climate change have led to the formation of the Peace-Athabasca Delta Ecological Monitoring Program (PADEMP) by a group of stakeholders working together for long-term monitoring and reporting on the health of the Peace-Athabasca Delta through western science and traditional knowledge.

The Humber Estuary is internationally important for wildlife. It is designated as a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and a Special Protection Area (SPA) under the Habitats Regulations. It is also internationally important wetland under the Ramsar Convention. These designations form a European Marine Site (EMS).

The Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust (OART) was formed in 2011 from the amalgamation of the Sussex Ouse Conservation Society and the River Adur Conservation Society. It is a registered charity and a member of the national body now known as The Rivers Trust (formerly the Association of Rivers Trusts).