A seminar on "Hydrodiplomatie et changement climatique pour la Paix au Moyen Orient" (Hydrodiplomacy and climate change for Peace in the Middle East) was held in Paris at the French Senate on 1st December 2015. AIDA was represented by his Honorary Chairman, Dominique Alhéritière. Several members were also in attendance.  France and Italy were behind the

The policy guidelines proposed in this paper address fundamental factors related to transboundary water governance and climate change adaptation. The central notion is to reinforce water governance capacities as well as the ecosystem-based approach to climate change adaptation policies and measures in river basins across

The French Water Law of 16 December 1964, which regulates water use and provides for the protection of water resources against pollution, is one of the pillars of contemporary water law in Europe. In fact, it has introduced river basin management through basin institutions and

Water security threats arising from inadequate access to water for sustaining ecosystems, livelihoods, human well-being and socio-economic development has gained increasing attention over the past decades all over the world, but especially in international river basins shared by two or more states. In the Aral

24 - 29 May 2015 | On the occasion of the XVth WWC organised by IWRA in Edinburgh (UK) from 24 to 29 May 2015, AIDA held its 5th Global Conference. The abstracts of all IWRA Congress presenters, including AIDA members, are available at  https://www5.shocklogic.com/scripts/jmevent/programme.php?client_Id=SPEAK&project_Id=WWC2015by clicking