IWRM

Integrated Water Resources Management

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IWRM – Integrated Water Resources Management

“IWRM is a process which promotes the co-ordinated development and management of water, land and related resources, in order to maximize the resultant economic and social welfare in an equitable manner without compromising the sustainability of vital ecosystems.”

Source: Integrated Water Resources Management in Action. WWAP, DHI Water Policy, UNEP-DHI Centre for Water and Environment. 2009

Topics such as Natural Resource Management (NRM), availability and sustainability of surface and groundwater resources analysis and Climate Change analysis are the main focus of BETA Studio’s activities.

A World Bank Project: Conducting hydrological models and bathymetric measurements of the Bovilla and Ulza reservoirs. Albania

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Marondera integrated urban water management Master Plan project

At the African Water Facility (AWF) Governing Council meeting held in Harare, Zimbabwe in November 2013, the Government of Zimbabwe expressed its interest to be included in the “Cities of the Future” Program. This concept encompasses “Integrated Urban Water Management” (IUWM) principles. Marondera is the provincial capital of Mashonaland East Province of Zimbabwe, located about 70 km east of Harare [...]

Support the sustainable management and rational use of water resources in Pescara Province

The basin of the Aterno - Pescara River (3.200 km², Abruzzo Region, Italy), has deeply changed during the last century from the hydraulic point of view (changes of the main river beds, cross-drainage works and water intakes for agriculture, industry, hydroelectric plants and fish farming, retaining works) and from the environmental point of view(change of water quality). Moreover there are [...]