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Enjoying Clean Water

Implement integrated water resources management at all levels, including through transboundary cooperation as appropriate.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Watershed Management Groups: Manage and protect local watersheds, often implementing Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) principles.

  2. River Restoration Associations: Restore and conserve rivers, incorporating IWRM strategies to balance ecological and human needs.

  3. Community-based Irrigation Organizations: Focus on sustainable and efficient irrigation practices, aligning with IWRM principles to optimize water use.

  4. Local Environmental Committees: Address environmental issues, including IWRM initiatives that involve water resource management.

  5. Community Water User Associations: Engage residents in responsible water use and management, fostering collaboration in implementing IWRM practices.

  6. Landowner Cooperatives: Collectively manage land and water resources, applying IWRM principles for sustainability.

  7. Urban Green Spaces and Parks Management Groups: Manage urban green spaces that incorporate IWRM to ensure sustainable water use for landscaping and recreational purposes.

  8. Local Farmer Cooperatives: Promote IWRM by encouraging sustainable farming practices and efficient water use.

  9. Community Resilience and Sustainability Organizations: Enhance community resilience through sustainable practices, including IWRM for responsible water resource management.

  10. Educational Institutions and Environmental Clubs: Schools, colleges, and environmental clubs that engage students and the local community in IWRM education and implementation.

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