GWSP

AcronymDefinition
GWSPGlobal Water System Project
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One of the GWSP's primary aims is to find out more about whale shark movements on a local, regional and, hopefully, global scale, as well as establishing their reasons for homing in on Darwin.
Prior to the WSF the GWSP visited the grassroots projects that are the foundation of the Bolivarian revolution.
Nora Castenedas, founder of Banmujer, the woman's bank in Venezuela, told participants at a Forum workshop organized by the GWSP, "Gender equality is a reality here.
48 (2004): 509-520; GWSP, Global Water System Project.
(30.) An overview of current global environmental assessments can be found in Caroline van Bers, Daniel Petry, and Claudia Pahl-Wostl, eds., Global Assessments: Bridging Scales and Linking to Poticy, report on the joint TIAS-GWSP workshop, University College, 10-11 May 2007 (Bonn: GWSP Issues in Global Water System Research, No.
Caroline Read, disability development officer for the GWSP support team, said she hoped future Para-lympic stars could be found.
- Seepage pipe with 2 shafts for use of mobile pumps with waterlogging and high GWSP. in the discharge trough
Project details :The IWQGES project (Development of International Water Quality Guidelines for Ecosystems) is coordinated by EVES in cooperation with the Global Water Systems Project (GWSP) on behalf of UNEP.
In an attempt to improve the sustainable management of global water resources, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in collaboration with the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) and the Global Water Systems Project (GWSP) launched the International Water Quality Guidelines for Ecosystems (IWQGES) project today at the Budapest Water Summit.
The projects also includes two in northeast Georgia, which forms part of the Governor's Water Supply Program (GWSP) and will receive Georgia Reservoir and Water Supply Fund loans.