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TitleNOVIWAM : Five European countries together for improving water quality and water use efficiency
Author(s)Sidibé, Y.
Terreaux, J. P.
Tidball, M.
Fernández, D.
Mayenco, M. U.
Berland, J. M.
Alcácer-Santos, César
Gjinali, E.
Hofstetter, A.
Jacquin, N.
Kathijotes, N.
Luque, F. J.
Machado, A.
Martins, Gilberto
Préget, R.
Proteriotis, M.
Sá, S.
Sinojmeri, F.
Tapakoudis, M.
KeywordsNOVIWAM project
IWRM
Europe
Issue date2011
Abstract(s)The European NOVIWAM (NOvel Integrated Water Management Systems for Southern European Regions, www.noviwam.eu) program aims to promote interregional co-operation in the field of water management tools and methods. One of its originality is to analyze in depth the relations between decision makers, stakeholders and researchers in order to disseminate know-how and technologies, and to tackle the compelling water management problems faced in the Euro-Mediterranean climate regions. In a first period, aiming at a good ecological and chemical state of waters and at a sustainable and efficient resource management, five European countries/regions (Albania, Cyprus, Poitou-Charentes in France, Northern Region in Portugal and Andalusia in Spain) are working together. The program will thus contribute to the objectives of the European Water Framework Directive. But additionally, the NOVIWAM program will establish a schedule for the implementation of a « Join action plan », trying to involve other countries into it, and generalize the conclusions of this three year work at a regional and international level.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/24369
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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