Call for author contributions to upcoming book

The Groundwater Solutions Initiative for Policy and Practice (GRIPP), together with the Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre) headquartered in New Delhi, India, is collaborating around the production of a new book titled Artificial recharge to groundwater and rain water harvesting:…

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Call for nominations for Water Underground Talks Season 2

Water Underground Talks is an initiative by the University of Victoria, Canada, partners of the Groundwater Solutions Initiative for Policy and Practice (GRIPP), and other partners. This platform provides the opportunity to share and elevate diverse voices and perspectives on groundwater through video interviews. In Season 1 of the Water Underground Talks,…

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ISARM2021 ended with strong calls for partnerships and cooperation on transboundary aquifers

The Second International UNESCO Conference on Transboundary Aquifers, ISARM2021, was held on December 6–9, 2021. ISARM refers to the International Shared Aquifer Resources Management initiative. The theme for this online conference was Transboundary aquifers: Challenges and the way forward. The conference was a great success with close to 1,500 registered…

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Welcome to ISARM2021

The worldwide International Shared Aquifer Resources Management (ISARM) Initiative, led by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH), is a multi-agency effort aimed at improving the understanding of scientific, socioeconomic, legal, institutional and environmental issues related to the management of transboundary aquifers.…

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New report: Environmental risks from pesticide use in commercial banana farming in northern Lao PDR and policy implications

Research conducted by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and the National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute (NAFRI) in Lao PDR found that commercial banana farming in northern parts of the country was contaminating soil and water resources, which could lead to potentially detrimental impacts on human health and the environment.…

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