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ICID e-Bulletin 2 August 2021
  •   Wednesday, 2021-August-04
    INVITATION TO JOIN THE MEMBERSHIP OF ICID

    International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID), established in 1950 is the leading scientific, technical and professional international organization, which focuses on irrigation, drainage, and flood management. Click the link for more information: click here

    ICID Webinar on "Climate Smart Agricultural Water Management Best Practice, Policy FrameWork and Way Forward" to be held on 6 August 2021 at 15:00 (IST). Click the following link to register; click here
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    Agriculture

  • How agriculture could fuel Ireland's journey towards energy independence
    1 August 2021

    Ireland can play to its strengths as a country that has large potential to produce renewable gas from grass and agricultural wastes. click here
  • Agricultural problems of India and its effect on import
    1 August 2021
    While India is the second-largest irrigated country in the world after China, only one-third of its cropped area is irrigated. click here
  • NASA at your table: The space agency’s surprising role in agriculture
    26 July 2021

    By 2050, the global population is estimated to grow to 10 billion people. As the population—and the demand for food—continues to expand, we need innovative ways to feed the world. click here


  • Climate change

  • Nature is healing? Not really. The pandemic has provided only temporary climate relief
    30 July 2021

    Tragically, the Brazilian Amazon's annual forest loss rates increased in both 2019 and 2020. It reached a 12-year high of 1.11 million hectares deforested in 2020. click here
  • Around the world, climate change committees are steering government action
    30 July 2021

    This was the first and clearest example of how an independent group of experts, granted official status, can push governments to go further and faster on climate change. click here
  • Climate change is a global threat demanding national solutions
    29 July 2021

    The lofty hopes of the COP26 process will have meaning only if they connect with local politics. click here


  • Drought

  • Homes lose water as wells run dry in the drought-ravaged basin
    30 July 2021

    The couple's well is among potentially hundreds that have dried up in recent weeks in an area near the Oregon-California border suffering through a historic drought. click here
  • Severe drought in Western Canada will pressure food industry, raise prices: Expert
    29 July 2021

    The statistics agency cited several reports from across Western Canada, detailing declining crop conditions and yields amid the record drought. click here
  • UN climate science talks open amid heatwaves, floods, and drought
    26 July 2021

    Some 234 authors have contributed to the assessment, which will provide the latest detailed assessment on past warming and future warming projections. click here


  • Floods

  • Refugees hit hardest as deadly floods sweep across continents
    31 July 2021

    Death toll rises as storms continue to rip through communities, destroying homes and livelihoods. click here
  • What the Dutch can teach the world about flood preparedness
    30 July 2021

    The Netherlands’ unique approach to water management can provide some key flood preparedness lessons for countries around the world. click here
  • Strengthening climate resilience through better flood management
    30 July 2021

    Floods in the Asia-Pacific region have been frequent and devastating both in terms of fatalities and economic losses. click here


  • Food security

  • Food security will be key to two of the UN's 2030 goals
    2 August 2021

    Between 720 million and 811 million people faced severe food shortages last year-an increase of 161 million over 2019. click here
  • UN warns hunger is expected to rise in 23 global hotspots
    31 July 2021

    FAO and WFP said South Sudan, Yemen and Nigeria remain at the highest alert level, joined for the first time by Ethiopia because of Tigray and southern Madagascar. click here
  • UN food systems summit 2021
    28 July 2021

    Serve as a pledging moment for governments, businesses, civil society, and other players to announce new commitments to support food systems transformation and advance game-changing solutions through multi-stakeholder collaboration. click here


  • Irrigation

  • Overpopulation, limited availability of water resources are Egypt’s main water challenges: Irrigation minister
    1 August 2021

    Egypt reuses 42% of its renewable water, imports 54% of virtual. click here
  • Water: Our most precious resource
    31 July 2021

    Climate change affects the world’s water supply and the delicate balance found in the water cycle. click here
  • Nigeria: Abuja provides 3,000 hectares of irrigated land to farmers in Jigawa
    30 July 2021

    The Federal Government of Nigeria recently handed over 3,000 hectares of irrigated land to the authorities of Jigawa State in the north of the country. click here


  • Water resources management

  • NASA releases photos from space which shows a big problem
    1 August 2021

    The Sierra Nevada has seen less snow accumulation in recent years, a decline that plays a role in water management and response to drought. click here
  • Finding answers to the world's drinking water crisis
    1 August 2021

    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than two billion people only have access to water that is contaminated with faeces. click here
  • Water wars are here
    31 July 2021

    The demand for freshwater resources has risen considerably in recent years, owing to fast population expansion and increasing urbanization around the world. click here


  • Upcoming EVENTS

  • FAO World Water Week! Online! 23 - 27 August 2021. click here
  • XV World Aqua Congress - 2021, International Conference & Exhibition Schedule 14 - 17 September 2021
  • 5th Arab Water Forum - Arab Water Security for Peace & Sustainable Development Schedule from 21 - 23 September 2021, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • IUCN World Conservation Congress Conference
    IUCN World Conservation Congress Conference schedule 3 – 11 September 2021 in Marseille, France click here
  • 9th World Water Forum March 21 - 26, 2022, Diamniadio (Dakar) – Senegal with the theme "Water security for peace and development." click here
  • Granda, Spain 39th IAHR World Congress, 19 - 24 June 2022 - From Snow to Sea click here
  • 17 IWRA World Water Congress, 29 November - 3 December 2021, Daegu, Republic of KOREA click here


  • Publications

  • FAO-UN WASAG STRATEGY for 2021-2024: The Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture Turning water scarcity into opportunities for sustainable agriculture, food security & nutrition click here
  • Irrigation & Drainage in Republic of Uzbekistan History & Modern State: Towards the 70th anniversary of the International Commission on Irrigation & Drainage (ICID) click here
  • Hydrological Aspects of Climate Change Part of the Springer Transactions in Civil and Environmental Engineering book series (STICEE) click here
  • Contemporary Environmental Problems In Nepal
    This book will utilize many empirical examples of environmental cases spanning the diverse landscapes of Nepal to demonstrate how useful information GIS tools can be ineffective decision making and record keeping in such a problematic South Asian ‘developing country’, ISBN 978-3-030-50168-6
  • Linking food, nutrition and the environment in Indonesia: A perspective on sustainable food systems
    This brief reviews the interlinkages between food, nutrition, and the environment in Indonesia, and the role of national food policies in addressing the challenges in these sectors. While Indonesia is a mega-biodiverse country, nationally supported agricultural production programs tend to focus on a few high-value commodities, contributing to low dietary diversity.
  • Guidance – Water Resources Planning Guideline (24 February 2021)
    This guideline is relevant to water companies in England and Wales. It is also relevant to those producing regional plans. click here
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