IWMI Makes Five-Year Commitment to Tackle Global Water Challenges

23 May 2014 by OOSKAnews Correspondent
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka

The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) last week announced a new five-year strategy that will expand its research agenda and tackle global water challenges.“Water issues have never been as acute as they are today. Climate change, urbanization, population growth, hydropower development and a host of others are having a major impact on water availability and how we, as a research for development organization, must respond,” said IWMI Director General Jeremy Bird.“The new IWMI strategy captures this imperative. It outlines ways for IWMI to be as innovative and effective as possible, as a leader of and a partner in research, and as a trusted, impartial voice in the debate...

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