NL IHP-HWRP Committee publications

Netherlands IHP-HWRP Committee Publications (click on picture to download the publication)
Challenge ‘Climate Change, Migration and Me’:  This magazine has been developed in honour of the research achievements of many students and young professionals who joined a Challenge organized by the Netherlands IHP-HWRP Committee, from September to November 2017. The magazine explains why the Challenge was held, which case studies were investigated and who performed the investigations. It also demonstrates the results and the activities of the winning groups. 
sdg-gemi-nl-proof-of-concept-verslag GEMI Proof of Concept Report, The Netherlands: Details are provided on the Netherlands approach to GEMI, insights in the question if the Netherlands can provide the requested data for indicators linked to the Water-SDGs.
This report has been published by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, in cooperation with the Netherlands IHP-HWRP Committee.
 green growth Green growth and water allocation: Papers presented at a workshop held on 22–23 November 2012 in Wageningen, the Netherlands (2013) S. Primot, M. van der Valk, P. Keenan (eds)
 climate change Climate change, water stress, conflict and migration – new publication: Papers presented at a conference held on 21 September 2011 in The Hague, the Netherlands (2012)M. van der Valk, P. Keenan (eds)
Principles of good governance Principles of good governance at different water governance levels: Papers presented at a workshop held on 22 March 2011 in Delft, the Netherlands (2011) M. van der Valk, P. Keenan (eds)
The right to water and water rights in a changing world The right to water and water rights in a changing world: Papers presented at a colloquium held on 22 September 2010 in Delft, the Netherlands (2011) M. van der Valk, P. Keenan (eds)
transforming landscapes Transforming Landscapes – Transforming Lives: the business of sustainable water buffer management (2011) F. van Steenbergen, A. Tuinhof, L. Knoop.
managing the water buffer Managing the Water Buffer for Development and Climate Change Adaptation: Groundwater Recharge, Retention, Reuse and Rainwater Storage (2009) ) F. van Steenbergen, A. Tuinhof