Water Security through Transboundary Cooperation: Examples from the United States, Canada, and Mexico

Don't miss this video of transboundary water management and water security in North America through information sharing, collaboration, and expert consultation for water management

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Transboundary Water Resources – hydro diplomacy, cooperation, international water law conventions

The aim of the webinar is provide information and opinion on current issues that affect transboundary water governance, a look ahead on key issues that are expected to emerge in the coming years up to the achievement of the SDG’s by 2030 and the impact of COVID and its influence on socio-economics of the Middle East, North Africa and South Asian region.

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Groundwater and poverty

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Southern Idaho Water Quality Study Raises Alarm About Farm, Dairy Practices

The Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer is a critical drinking water source for southern and eastern Idaho, but due to farming and agricultural practices the water source is under risk of contamination.

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Professor Shafiqul Islam, author of “Complexity of Transboundary Water Conflicts”

Dr Lawrence Susskind interviews Professor Shafiqul Islam (Tufts University), author of "Complexity of Transboundary Water Conflicts" (Anthem Press, 2018

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IHE Delft Prof. Pieter van der Zaag discusses the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Pieter van der Zaag, Professor of Integrated Water Resources Management at IHE Delft and chair of it's Water Management Group, discusses the historical process that led to the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. He talks about the Nile Basin Initiative, the current situation, and his thoughts on the future.

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STEP-BY-STEP MONITORING METHODOLOGY FOR SDGINDICATOR 6.5.2

Integrated Monitoring Guide for SDG 6Step-by-step monitoring methodology for SDG indicator 6.5.2 version “2020”Final version 2020-01-2521.PRESENTATION OF SDGINDICATOR 6.5.2AND MAIN DEFINITIONS1.1TRANSBOUNDARY RIVER/LAKE BASINS AND AQUIFERS MANAGEMENT AND SDGINDICATOR6.5.2Most of the world’s water resources are shared: at least 592 transboundary aquifers have been identified and 310 transboundary lake and river basins cover nearly one half of the Earth’s land surface and account for an estimated 60% of global freshwater

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International water conflicts with Dr Kimberley Thomas

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Regulating what we can't see: International Law and Transboundary Aquifers

Don't miss the keynote of GabrielEckstein ""Regulating what we can't see: International Law and Transboundary Aquifers"" at IAHgroundwater Congress IWRA_water"

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Fenómeno de El Niño y sus efectos en la agricultura

El Niño es un fenómeno climatológico complejo que afecta a todo el mundo, generando sequías e inundaciones en diferentes partes. El Niño no se puede evitar, pero el monitoreo y la gestión pueden ayudar a mitigar sus efectos negativos…"

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Water Challenges Inside and Outside China’s Borders: A Conversation with Scott Moore

This episode explores the major challenges that threaten China’s water resources, from scarcity and mismanagement, to pollution and climate change. Our guest, Dr. Scott Moore, describes China’s sweeping attempts to mitigate the negative impacts that growing water challenges pose at home. Dr. Moore also discusses how China’s efforts to secure its water resources have created security challenges with its neighbors, and the ways in which China has exported many of its most ambitious water projects to Belt and Road partner countries.

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¿Quén controla el Nilo? La guerra del agua entre Egipto y Etiopía por controlar el gran río africano

¿Quén controla el Nilo? La guerra del agua entre Egipto y Etiopía por controlar el gran río africano

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