International Water Resources Association

Founding Year: 1971

Staff: 33


Gabriel Eckstein (President), Callum Clench (Executive Director)

Is a non-profit, non-governmental organization composed of an “international network of multidisciplinary experts on water resources.” IWRA provides a global, knowledge-based, forum working at the interface of science and policy while “bridging disciplines and geographies by connecting professionals, students, individuals, corporations and institutions who are concerned with the sustainable management and use of the world’s water resources.”




International Water Resources Association contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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