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  • James Dalton

    Interview: James Dalton, Global Initiative Coordinator, IUCN

    James Dalton is the coordinator of global initiatives for the IUCN Water Programme. In this interview, he spoke to us about the importance of considering sustainability despite the pressures to address urgent development needs.

    Type:
    Blog post
    Date:
    26 February 2015
  • Daboya downstream_white volta after the bridge

    Interview: Mattia Celio, Program Manager, SECO

    Mattia Celio is program manager at the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), Economic Cooperation and Development Division.

    Type:
    Blog post
    Date:
    20 February 2015
  • Ghana

    Ghana: assessing the sustainability of new hydropower sites

    As the Government of Ghana aims to nearly double the country’s installed power capacity to 5,000 MW by 2016, hydroelectricity is expected to play an important role in new development.

    Type:
    Blog post
    Date:
    2 February 2015
  • Greenhouse gases workshops

    IHA hosts greenhouse gases workshops

    On 1–5 December 2014, we hosted back-to-back workshops to transform knowledge on the greenhouse gas status of freshwater reservoirs into practical tools, bringing together leading scientists on the topic from around the world.

    Type:
    News post
    Date:
    18 December 2014
  • Ken Adams speaking at HydroVision International

    The year in pictures: 2014

    We have enjoyed a busy year in 2014 that has taken our team around the world, connecting members regionally and participating in many sector events. Here are just some of the highlights of our travels.

    Type:
    Blog post
    Date:
    18 December 2014

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