Conference Proceedings – 2015

From engineering to sustainable rivers: Health, wealth and what else? -András Szӧllӧsi-Nagy

Contributions of e-flows science to river conservation and restoration – Angela Arthington

RAIN: A History for stormy times – Cynthia Barnett

River restoration in the Middle East: No politics – just sewage – Amos Brandeis

Integration through engagement: building bridges between people and their cultures in river basin management – Katherine Daniell

Scattered Blues: Recovering resilience of stressed water ecosystem – Ajaya Dixit

The imperative of demonstrating progress – new thinking and simple approaches – Jane Doolan

Multiple benefits through river and wetland restoration – Alastair Driver

State of global wetlands and implications for the Sustainable Development Goals – Max Finlayson

Citizen Science and Digital Earth Technology for River Resuscitation – Timothy Foresman

Catchments, mines and communities – an integrated catchment management imperative for mining – Roger Higgins

Ecotourism – if it’s not your business, it should be! – Rod Hillman

Evolution of SEA to inform Hydropower Development in the Greater Mekong Region – Tarek Ketelsen

Leaders making healthy rivers – Matt Linnegar

Main reasons for the development of international water management in Europe – Anne Schulte-Wülwer-Leidig

Healthy economies – healthy rivers? – Caroline Sullivan

Water goes global – Charles Vorosmarty

The European experience in restoring rivers, providing water services and ensuring multiple uses and values: the case of the Danube – Philip Weller

contRIVERsy (The Great Debate) – is the global water crisis out of control? – András Szӧllӧsi-Nagy, Imtiaz Ahmed, Anne Schulte-Wülwer-Leidig & Caroline Sullivan, with Bernie Hobbs

From engineering to sustainable rivers: Health, wealth and what else? -András Szӧllӧsi-Nagy

Contributions of e-flows science to river conservation and restoration – Angela Arthington

RAIN: A History for stormy times – Cynthia Barnett

River restoration in the Middle East: No politics – just sewage – Amos Brandeis

Integration through engagement: building bridges between people and their cultures in river basin management – Katherine Daniell

Scattered Blues: Recovering resilience of stressed water ecosystem – Ajaya Dixit

The imperative of demonstrating progress – new thinking and simple approaches – Jane Doolan

Multiple benefits through river and wetland restoration – Alastair Driver

State of global wetlands and implications for the Sustainable Development Goals – Max Finlayson

Citizen Science and Digital Earth Technology for River Resuscitation – Timothy Foresman

Catchments, mines and communities – an integrated catchment management imperative for mining – Roger Higgins

Ecotourism – if it’s not your business, it should be! – Rod Hillman

Evolution of SEA to inform Hydropower Development in the Greater Mekong Region – Tarek Ketelsen

Leaders making healthy rivers – Matt Linnegar

Main reasons for the development of international water management in Europe – Anne Schulte-Wülwer-Leidig

Healthy economies – healthy rivers? – Caroline Sullivan

Water goes global – Charles Vorosmarty

The European experience in restoring rivers, providing water services and ensuring multiple uses and values: the case of the Danube – Philip Weller

contRIVERsy (The Great Debate) – is the global water crisis out of control? – András Szӧllӧsi-Nagy, Imtiaz Ahmed, Anne Schulte-Wülwer-Leidig & Caroline Sullivan, with Bernie Hobbs

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