New Book out Shedding Light on the “Invisible Commons”

Overexploitation in many parts of the world is leading to irreversible depletion of groundwater resources.  To answer the worldwide call to safeguard this water for future generations, Springer has published a new book entitled ‘Integrated Groundwater Management: Concepts, Approaches and Challenges’, edited by Anthony Jakeman, Olivier Barreteau, Randall Hunt, Jean-Daniel Rinaudo,…

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Aquifer contracts: A means to solving groundwater over-exploitation in Morocco?

GRIPP Case Profile Series – Issue 1 Abstract The Moroccan government has used aquifer contracts as a management tool to control groundwater depletion. The first aquifer contract was signed in 2006 for the Souss region as a technical and financial non-binding contract between stakeholders and the government. The contract contemplated…

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GRIPP represented at major events in 2016

Collaboration starts to develop the GRIPP work program GRIPP,  the newly created partnership and platform for supporting and enhancing sustainable groundwater management, continues to attract partners, attention and funds to gain momentum around its objectives and work plan. In 2016, GRIPP will be represented at: South Asia Groundwater Forum in Jaipur, India…

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