Category : Development - Sustainability
Subcategory : Dams (Development)
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1. International Rivers Network :
  International Rivers Network supports local communities working to protect their rivers and watersheds. We work to halt destructive river development projects, and to encourage equitable and sustainable methods of meeting needs for water, energy and flood management
2. European Environment Information and Observation Network (EIONET) Page on Water :
  EIONET is a collaborative network of the European Environment Agency and its Member Countries, connecting National Focal Points in the EU and accession countries, European Topic Centres, National Reference Centres, and Main Component Elements. These organisations jointly provide the information that is used for making decisions for improving the state of environment in Europe and making EU policies more effective. EIONET is both a network of organisations and an electronic network (e-EIONET). This page provides information on the topic of water.
3. Oreivatein :
  The pages you are about to visit are the result of an effort to avail information on the Greek Mountains and the Greek Nature. These pages do not aim to a typical electronic means of information, but are, instead, a stimulus for the creation of a bigger interest in mountaineering expeditions.
4. Center for Global Environmental Education (Hamline University) web-page on "Rivers of life" :
  Rivers of Life provides students, teachers, and citizens with exciting opportunities to celebrate the many ways rivers enrich our world, to investigate river mysteries, and to take action on behalf of rivers that need our help.
5. EARTHFORCRE ORGANIZATION / Green: Global Rivers Environmental Education Network :
  Through Earth Force, youth discover and implement lasting solutions to environmental issues in their community. In the process they develop life-long habits of active citizenship and environmental stewardship. Educators turn to Earth Force for innovative tools to engage young people in community problem solving. The new GREEN website can help you make lasting improvements to your watershed by offering an online monitoring database and community action tool. Designed for monitoring groups and interested browsers alike
6. Ecogeography Branch of the Columbia Environmental Research Center (CERC) :
  The Ecogeography Branch investigates spatial and quantitative relationships among the biotic and abiotic components of the environment. The Branch coordinates integrated research efforts within Columbia Environmental Research Center (CERC) on river systems to evaluate biomarkers used for monitoring chemical contaminants and to investigate biological responses to physical changes and study the links between them.
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