DHI Water & Environment is an independent, international consulting and research organisation approved as an authorised Technological Service Institute by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
BFC's goals include: organize a national conference of “seaweed” activists to help create a Blue Movement, campaign for an American Oceans Act to protect our public seas, work to improve ocean policies in America's 23 coastal states and their watersheds, support maritime community activists through a distribution of model policies and practices that work, among other actions.
InfraGuide works collaboratively to create a network advantage within the broad infrastructure community, and to develop and disseminate best practices and tools that encourage innovation to support sustainable municipal infrastructure decisions and actions that protect and enhance the quality of life of Canadians.
Welcome to greeninggovernment.gc.ca, the Web site to learn information on the Government of Canada's effort to green its own operations and to share knowledge on sustainable development in government operations.
The intent of this database is to provide a central repository of information and associated links related to water and wastewater operator education, training and certification across Canada. It is hoped that educational and training agencies, through the use of tools such as this web-based database, will continue to share their resources and knowledge leading to some consistency in approach to water and wastewater education and training across Canada.
The mission of the Global Water Partnership is to “support countries in the sustainable management of their water resources.” The GWP's objectives are to: clearly establish the principles of sustainable water resources management, identify gaps and stimulate partners to meet critical needs within their available human and financial resources, support action at the local, national, regional or riverbasin level that follows principles of sustainable water resources management, and help match needs to available resources.
CWRA is a national organization of individuals and organizations interested in the management of Canada's water resources. The membership is composed of private and public sector water resource professionals including managers, administrators, scientists, academics, students and users.
Since 1949, Irrigation Association® members worldwide have worked toward a shared vision – water conservation through efficient irrigation. The IA, a non-profit business, promotes and supports the irrigation industry by: providing a voice for the industry, acting as a source of technical and public policy information, raising awareness of the benefits of professional irrigation services, offering professional training and certification, and uniting irrigation professionals.
IAGLR is a scientific organization made up of researchers studying the Laurentian Great Lakes and other large lakes of the world, as well as those with an interest in such research. Specifically, we promote all aspects of large lakes research and communicate research findings through publications and meetings.
The Young Water Action Team is a global network of young water professionals and students aged 18-30 with members in more than 40 countries. Our mission is to increasing the awareness, participation and commitment of young people to water-related issues. In partnership with international water organisations, YWAT is creating a network of young people who are dedicated to tacking the world's challenges with water, sanitation and hygiene.