IWRM

AcronymDefinition
IWRMIntegrated Water Resources Management
IWRMInternational Workshop on Resource Mobilisation
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And the GWP guidelines for IWRM underline a framework for river basin management that includes the formation of a river basin authority.
Despite this conceptual promise, however, many observers fear IWRM has proven more successful as an incantation than in implementation.
assuring appropriate levels of water management from the local to basin and national to transnational levels), and the overall nature of the IWRM approach as a continuous response to challenges and opportunities.
82) Not only does IWRM integrate across the hydrologic cycle, but it
Ecohydrology based on scientific understanding of the hydrology/biota interplay also provides a systemic framework for how to use ecosystem properties as a new tool for IWRM, complementary to already applied hydrotechnical solutions.
The breakdown of the QEC and the non-implementation of the MRC's IWRM agenda demonstrates that the latter is "an intensely political process because water users have interests and they do not want them to be diminished by interventions which contradict their immediate security".
IWRM is the process of promoting the coordinated development and management of water, land and related resources, in order to maximize the resultant economic and social welfare in an equitable manner without compromising the sustainability of vital ecosystems[4,5].
The adaptiveness of IWRM; analysing European IWRM research.
They are PUB WaterHub, Singapore; International Centre for Water Hazard and Risk Management, Japan; National Hydraulic Research Institute of Malaysia; Center for River Basin Organizations and Management, Indonesia; Korea Water Resources Corporation, the Republic of Korea; Center for Hydroinformatics in River Basins at the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, the People's Republic of China; Institute of Water Policy at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore; International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka; Central Asia IWRM Resource Center, Uzbekistan; Pacific IWRM Resource Centre, the Fiji Islands; International Research and Training Center on Erosion and Sedimentation, the People's Republic of China; and the International WaterCentre, Australia.
They are PUB WaterHub, Singapore; International Centre for Water Hazard and Risk Management, Japan; National Hydraulic Research Institute of Malaysia; Center for River Basin Organizations and Management, Indonesia; Korea Water Resources Corporation, the Republic of Korea; Center for Hydroinformatics in River Basins at the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, the PeopleAEs Republic of China; Institute of Water Policy at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore; International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka; Central Asia IWRM Resource Center, Uzbekistan; Pacific IWRM Resource Centre, the Fiji Islands; International Research and Training Center on Erosion and Sedimentation, the People's Republic of China; and the International WaterCentre, Australia.
The Johannesburg Plan of Action that emerged from the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development called for all countries to develop IWRM and water efficiency plans by 2005.