Integrated Regional Water Management
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A Commitment to Action: Advancing Integrated Water Management in California$0.00
A Commitment to Action: Advancing Integrated Water Management in CaliforniaCalifornia Department of Water Resources (DWR) | September 11, 2013...Summary
This document highlights the key perspectives and recommendations that emerged during the Integrated Water Management Summit held in Sacramento on April 3, 2013. ...
A General Framework for Analyzing Sustainability of Social-Ecological Systems
A General Framework for Analyzing Sustainability of Social-Ecological SystemsScience Magazine, American Association for the Advancement of Science | July 24, 2009...Summary
A major problem worldwide is the potential loss of fisheries, forests, and water resources. Understanding of the processes that lead to improvements in...
Artes: An Integrated Model of Water Supply in L.A. County
Artes: An Integrated Model of Water Supply in L.A. CountyUCLA: Sustainable LA Grand Challenge | May 1, 2017...Summary
Los Angeles faces a future with less imported water. Infrastructure and institutions will have to adapt. Understanding emerging policy and investment needs requires analysis...
Bringing Water and Land Use Together
Bringing Water and Land Use TogetherThe Local Government Commission | April 11, 2019...Summary
In 2005, the California Legislature passed new laws that enable communities to join together to adopt Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) policies and...
Climate Change and Integrated Regional Water Management in California: A Preliminary Assessment of Regional Approaches$0.00
Climate Change and Integrated Regional Water Management in California: A Preliminary Assessment of Regional ApproachesCalifornia Department of Water Resources (DWR) | June 6, 2012...Summary
This report examines the initial steps that IRWM regions are taking in response to new requirements to address climate change vulnerabilities and consider...
Evaluating Collaborative Institutions in Context: The Case of Regional Water Management in Southern California
Evaluating Collaborative Institutions in Context: The Case of Regional Water Management in Southern CaliforniaSage Journals | January 1, 2014...Summary
Regional collaborative institutions are seen as tools for improving collaboration and for reducing the inefficiency of fragmented management and planning. However, recent research...
Final Mojave Region Integrated Regional Water Management Plan
Final Mojave Region Integrated Regional Water Management PlanMojave Water Agency (MWA) | June 1, 2014...Summary
Fragmented Flows: Water Supply in Los Angeles County
Fragmented Flows: Water Supply in Los Angeles CountyEnvironmental Management, Springer | May 12, 2016...Summary
In the Los Angeles metropolitan region, nearly 100 public and private entities are formally involved in the management and distribution of potable water—a...
Handbook for Developing Watershed Plans to Restore and Protect Our Waters$0.00
Handbook for Developing Watershed Plans to Restore and Protect Our WatersU.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) | March 20, 2008...Summary
This handbook provides information on developing and implementing watershed management plans that help to restore and protect water quality. A watershed is the...
Integrated Regional Water Management: Stakeholder Perspectives$0.00
Integrated Regional Water Management: Stakeholder PerspectivesCalifornia Department of Water Resources (DWR) | April 18, 2017...Summary
Integrated regional water management (IRWM) is the application of integrated water management principles at the regional level. IRWM brings local agencies and other...