Programme for the Environmentally Sound Management of Inland Water (EMINWA)
1986, within the framework of United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) and currently the responsibility of UNEP Water Branch. Ceased to exist.
(a) Assist governments to develop, approve and implement environmentally sound water management programme for inland water systems and use this approach for demonstration purposes elsewhere; (b) train experts and establish training networks in developing countries to implement environmentally sound water management programmes, including drinking water supply and sanitation programmes; (c) prepare a manual of principles of and guidelines for the environmentally sound management of inland water systems; (d) make regular worldwide assessments of the state of the environment for inland water systems; (e) inform the mass media on the achievements and activities of the programme and increase public awareness of environmentally sound water development.Available with paid subscription only.
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- Rivers and Lakes
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