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UNESCO-IHP Water Information Network System (WINS)

UNESCO-IHP Water Information Network System (WINS)

ihp-wins.unesco.org

UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme (IHP) addresses water research, water resources management, and education and capacity building. The Water Information Network System provides updated maps on water resources at a global level and information on different projects of IHP.

WhiteTailed Eagle Online Database

WhiteTailed Eagle Online Database

whitetailedeagle.mme.hu

On this map are displayed uploaded data of white-tailed eagle observations. It is assumed that centuries ago, before the major river regulations took place, white-tailed eagles used to breed in entire Europe. As a result of the unfavourable effects of the 20th century white-tailed eagle populations continued to diminish. Owing to the successful conservation measures and due to the banning of poisonous agricultural chemicals, today the populations appear to be increasing all around Europe.

Wings Over Wetlands - Critical Site Network (CSN) Tool

Wings Over Wetlands - Critical Site Network (CSN) Tool

wow.wetlands.org/INFORMATIONFLYWAY/CRITICALSITENETWORKTOOL/tabid/1349/language/en-US/Default.aspx

The Critical Site Network (CSN) Tool is an online resource for the conservation of 294 species of waterbirds and the important sites upon which they depend in Africa and Western Eurasia. The tool makes it easy to obtain information on the sites critical for waterbird species by accessing several independent databases and analysing information at the biogeographical population level, so providing a comprehensive basis for management and decision making.

World Water Development Report II

World Water Development Report II

wwdrii.sr.unh.edu

The World Water Development Report II contains global data sets regarding Indicators for World Water Assessment Programme.

WWF Water Risk Filter

WWF Water Risk Filter

www.waterriskfilter.panda.org

The Water Risk Filter is a practical, online tool that helps companies and investors assess and respond to water-related risks facing their operations and investments across the globe. More than 1,500 organizations from 32 industry sectors have assessed facilities located in almost all of the 405 largest river basins, as well as in hundreds of smaller basins all over the world. You can look at specific facilities or agricultural commodities, each with an automated basin assessment and questionnaire to evaluate direct operations. After a major upgrade in 2018 and a wealth of new functions, the Water Risk Filter 5.0 will enable companies and investors to Explore, Assess, Value and Respond to water risks.

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