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Выборы в Межправительственный совет МГП ЮНЕСКО PDF Печать E-mail
Автор: anna   
11.11.2011 09:08

На 36-ой Сессии Генеральной Конференции ЮНЕСКО, которая 10 ноября завершила свою работу, Российская Федерация вновь избрана членом Межправтельственного Совета МГП ЮНЕСКО от Региональной Группы II - "Центральная и Восточная Европа".

В состав Группы II с мандатом на 4 года также вошли Азербайджан и Польша, мандат Сербии в составе  Группы II сохраняется до 2013 года.

Национальный комитет РФ по МГП ЮНЕСКО получил поздравления с избранием в состав Межправительственного Совета МГП от Национальных Комитетов МГП стран-членов Межправительственного Совета и Региональных центров МГП ЮНЕСКО.

SC/WATER/335
Paris, 10 November 2011

To:            IHP National Committees and Focal Points
Subject:  22 new members elected to the Intergovernmental Council of the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) of UNESCO


UNESCO’s Member States attending the 36th session of the General Conference, the Organization’s highest governing body, have elected 22 new members to the 36-member Intergovernmental Council of the International Hydrological Programme (IHP).

Below is a list of elected countries, by electoral group:

  • Group I: Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland
  • Group II: Azerbaijan, Poland, Russian Federation
  • Group III: Chile, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Uruguay
  • Group IV: Australia, Mongolia, Pakistan
  • Group V (a): Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali
  • Group V (b): Kuwait, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Yemen

States are elected to the IHP Intergovernmental Council for a term of four years. The new IHP Council members join 14 others elected during the previous session of the General Conference, in 2009, and whose mandate will expire in 2013: Italy, Portugal, United States of America (Group I); Serbia (Group II); Cuba, Mexico (Group III); Islamic Republic of Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Republic of Korea (Group IV); Nigeria, Uganda (Group Va); Jordan, Morocco (Group Vb).

UNESCO-IHP extends a warm welcome to the new IHP Council members and looks forward to their invaluable contribution to the planning, definition of priorities, and supervision of the execution of IHP.  Among the main tasks of the IHP Intergovernmental Council at its forthcoming 20th session, tentatively scheduled to be held beginning of June 2012 at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, will be the review and endorsement of the strategic plan of the Eighth Phase of IHP (2014-2019).

More about the IHP Intergovernmental Council
[http://www.unesco.org/new/en/natural-sciences/environment/water/ihp/council-and-bureau/]
IHP Council composition
[http://www.unesco.org/new/en/natural-sciences/environment/water/ihp/council-and-bureau/council-composition/]

IHP Secretariat
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UNESCO Water e-Newsletter No. 257: The Han River Basin (Republic of Korea) PDF Печать E-mail
Автор: anna   
25.10.2011 06:35

To access the newsletter, please go to: http://www.unesco.org/water/news/newsletter/257.shtml

NEWS

  • UNESCO-IHE Rector awarded Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation Prize
  • 3rd edition of the International Water and Film Events (IWFE) at the occasion of the 6th World Water Forum
  • IHP-LAC takes leadership for the coordination of the Regional Process of the Americas towards the 6th World Water Forum (Marseille, 2012)
  • Launch of a "Platform of Solutions" within the framework of the 6th World Water Forum
  • ISARM Americas holds coordination meeting
  • UNESCO Cairo Office (UCO) releases report climate change risk management on water resources in the Arab region
  • UNESCO-IHP and French Water Academy host seminar for 6th World Water Forum on adaptation to climate change impacts

EVENTS

UNESCO Water Family

  • Second Arab Water Forum
  • HELP International Symposium 2011 "Building Knowledge Bridges for a Sustainable Water Future"

Featured International Event

  • OECD Global Forum on Environment: Making Water Reform Happen

VACANCY

  • Lecturer in Ecohydrological Modeling – UNESCO-IHE

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Facts and figures about the Han River Basin (Republic of Korea)

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UNESCO Water e-Newsletter No. 256: The Po River Basin (Italy) PDF Печать E-mail
Автор: anna   
05.10.2011 06:35

To access the newsletter, please go to: http://www.unesco.org/water/news/newsletter/256.shtml

NEWS

  • UNESCO Director-General appoints a new Director of the Division of Water Sciences and Secretary of IHP
  • UNESCO Cairo Office soon to release Groundwater Operational Management toolkit
  • Water History of our Times republished
  • Working towards water education: the development of informal water education material


EVENTS

Featured International Events

  • 9th International Hydrogeological Congress
  • APAC2011 - The 6th International Conference on Asian and Pacific Coasts
  • IWA Specialty Conference: Water Loss 2012

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Facts and figures about the Po River Basin (Italy)

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http://www.unesco.org/water/news/newsletter/archives.shtml

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International Conference on Groundwater in Fractured Rocks_Prague, may 2012 PDF Печать E-mail
Автор: anna   
28.09.2011 12:08

International Conference on Groundwater in Fractured Rocks

Prague, Czech Republic, 21-24 May 2012


More information is on http://web.natur.cuni.cz/gwfr2012/

The GwFR2012 conference, initiated by the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH), is a follow-up to the conference GFR2003 – International Conference on Groundwater in Fractured Rock – held in Prague in 2003, organized by Jiri Krasny et al.

GwFR2012 focuses on the occurrence and properties of groundwaters in fractured rocks, nowadays the most dynamic developing field in hydrogeology. These rocks exist all over the world, but for a long time were much neglected from the viewpoint of hydrogeology. European hydrogeologists paid attention to the so-called hard rocks in developing countries of Africa where these rocks in many arid and semi-arid areas were the only source of potable water. Hydrogeological studies in temperate climatic zones (thus in most of Europe) were directed mostly at basinal structures. Only the last decade has shown that fractured rocks represent in many respects attractive hydrogeological environments, deserving attention. Other reasons for the change of attitude include:
•  Natural groundwater resources of hardrock areas, mainly those originating in mountains as source areas, have been proved large enough to cover water consumption and to maintain flow of water courses in adjacent piedmont zones during dry periods.
•  Due to global climatic change water stress, groundwater resources of hardrock areas have become the only sources of drinking water in large areas.
•  Regarding possibilities of groundwater abstraction, under the present-day general trend of water demand increase, adequately sited water wells or other water intake systems in hardrock areas typically can cover requirements on water supply for small communities, plants or farms and for domestic water consumption. In some areas groundwater abstraction possibilities are high enough to supply even small towns.

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Второе Совещание представителей Национальных комитетов по МГП ЮНЕСКО стран СНГ PDF Печать E-mail
Автор: anna   
19.09.2011 08:00

18-19 октября 2011г. в г. Санкт-Петербурге (в Государственном гидрологическом институте) состоится Второе Совещание  представителей Национальных комитетов по МГП ЮНЕСКО стран СНГ.

Целью Совещания является обсуждение текущих задач и проблем в области гидрологии, которые стоят перед странами, координация участия в МГП–VII и  планирование предстоящей фазы МГП–VIII с учетом интересов и специфики стран СНГ, разработка согласованной стратегии и программы международного  сотрудничества в рамках МГП ЮНЕСКО и других международных организаций.
В ходе Совещания предполагается обсудить пути повышения роли Национальных комитетов МГП и эффективности их деятельности в реализации МГП–VII по проблемам, стоящим в области гидрологии и водных ресурсов.

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