The World Meteorological Organization has made available a special issue of the WMO Bulletin 67 (1) on water.
Topics covered in this issue includes water security, climate change, international framework, hydrological information, sustainable planning, watershed management, hydrology distance learning, flood forecasting, IWRM, integrated flood management and much more.
Persons wishing to view this issue can email me, visit me at my desk or access it via the link.
P.S. I do hope each of us can celebrate World Water Day (March 22, 2018) by focusing on nature and how nature can be used to remedy water challenges, both locally and internationally.
With World Water Day 2018 fast approaching (March 22 2018), this year’s theme “Nature for Water” would highlight ways in which nature can be used to solve water-based challenges in the 21st century through nature-based solutions.
Do any ideas come to mind on how your organization can take action? Have you started planning for the big day?
Whether or not plans are already being put in place, one can go to the World Water Day 2018 homepage to read stories, get inspired, organize events using resources from the website or even to communicate with others in the global community.