Treaties and Databases | Water Resources Links | Other Water Links
TREATIES AND DATABASES [Top]
The US Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service
Contains information on crop health through global precipitation data by region and information on reservior and lake levels.
The African Transboundary Water Law Page
Contains a searchable database of more than 150 different treaties, amendments and protocols which have been signed to manage the use of Africa's transboundary waters.
Environmental Treaties and Resource Indicators Service (ENTRI)
ENTRI is a comprehensive online search service for finding information about environmental treaties and national resource indicators.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: Legal Database
FAOLEX contains treaties, laws and regulations on food, agriculture and renewable natural resources world-wide.
Primary data resources of imagery and ephemera organized by continent.
The International Environmental Agreements Database
This database aims to create a systematic and comprehensive catalog of all intergovernmental environmental agreements, providing environmental negotiators, treaty secretariats, scholars, students, and interested citizens with a reliable list of all historic and current IEAs.
Water Law Project
The International Water Law Project provides information on international water law and policy, including treaties, articles, news stories, case law, Internet links, and other relevant information.
International Water Law Research Institute (IWRLI)
The IWRLI promotes academic research, postgraduate teaching, advisory services and professional training in the area of international and national law of water resources.
North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation: Transboundary Agreements Infobase
The CEC's Transboundary Agreements Infobase gives Internet users free and unrestricted access to agreements and treaties on transboundary environmental cooperation in North America.
International Wildlife Law Database
This site contains a searchable database of over 500 current and historic wildlife treaties and related documents.
WATER RESOURCE LINKS [Top]
Water Conflict Chronology Timeline
In an ongoing effort to understand the connections between water resources, water systems, and international security and conflict,
the Pacific Institute initiated a project in the late 1980s to track and categorize events related to water and conflict.
Arid Lands Newsletter
The newsletter explores events and issues of interest to arid lands researchers, resource managers, and policy makers around the
Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES)
OES coordinates U.S. international oceans, environmental and health policy, integrating U.S. domestic interests with geopolitical concerns.
Center for Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN)
The center specializes in on-line data and information management, spatial data integration and training, and interdisciplinary research related to human interactions in the environment.
Colorado River Commission of Nevada - Water Division
The Commission represents Nevada when dealing with issues regarding management of the Colorado River. This site also provides links to documents published by the Commission- “ Laws of the rivers-The legal regimes of major interstate river systems of the United States" and "World’s major rivers-An Introductiion to international water law with case studies."
Conflict Over Natural Resources (IRDC)
Learn about the projects at the International Development Research Centre (IRDC) that examine different approaches to resolving natural resource conflicts.
Eco Earth: The Environmental Sustainability Portal
An information gateway empowering the movement for environmental sustainability.
Environment, Conflict and Cooperation Platform (ECC)
The ECC-Platform provides information on the way in which environmental degradation and resource scarcity lead to conflicts and security threats, and how cooperation and sustainable development can contribute to peace and stability. The aim is to foster exchange and networks on this topic among stakeholders.
EROS Data Center (EDC)
The EDC stores, processes, and distributes a variety of data, including cartographic, satellite, remote sensing and aircraft data.
EROS Data Center - Distributed Active Archive Center (EDC DAAC)
The EDC DAAC processes,archives, and distributes land-related data collected by EOS sensors, including Landsat 7 data, thereby promoting the inter-disciplinary study and understanding of the integrated Earth system.
Hydrology and Water Resources, Oregon State University (OSU)
OSU recognizes the multi-disciplinary nature of hydrology and water resources and offers a comprehensive approach to meet the challenge.
HydroSHEDS (World Wildlife Fund)
WWF's Conservation Science Program is currently developing a new and innovative global hydrological database, termed HydroSHEDS. For many parts of the world these data and the tools built to use them will open up a range of previously inaccessible analyses and applications related to freshwater conservation and environmental planning.
International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
IWMI works with partners in the South to develop tools and methods to help these countries eradicate poverty and ensure food security through more effective management of their water and land resources.
Managing Global Issues (MGI) Information Network
The Network is a free, on-line, searchable database designed to enlarge the international community of scholars and practitioners interested in the comparative analysis of global issues management.
National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE)
NCSE promotes an approach to environmental science that integrates interdisciplinary research; scientific assessment, communication of science-based information to decisionmakers and the general public, and environmental education.
The Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security is an independent, non-profit center created in 1987 to conduct research and policy analysis in the areas of environment, sustainable development, and international security.
Netherlands Water Partnership, Water Information Network
WIN is a database of water-related organizations, issues, people and news.
United Nations Environment Programme: Global Resources Information Database (UNEP-GRID)
Applying information technology tools such as remote sensing, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and web mapping to address the relationships between the environment and human populations.
Water Law and Policy Programme (WLPP)
The WLPP is a leading institution in the field of Water Law and Policy, located in Dundee, Scotland.
Vital Water Graphics
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) compiled this report in order to provide a clear overview, through a set of graphics, maps and other illustrations, of the state of the world's fresh and marine waters.
Water Information Center
This is a portal of more than 100 peer-reviewed reports from the National Academies on water-related issues. The website aims to assist the work of water scientists, engineers, managers, policy-makers, and students throughout the world. These reports represent independent and objective consensus among experts from academia, industry, and other entities.
The Water Page
The Water Page is an independent initiative dedicated to the promotion of sustainable water resources management and use. A particular emphasis is placed on the development, utilisation and protection of water in Africa and other developing regions.
Water Portal of UNESCO
The portal is intended to enhance access to information related to freshwater available on the World Wide Web, providing links to the current UNESCO and UNESCO-led programs on freshwater and serving as an interactive point for sharing, browsing and searching websites of water-related organizations, government bodies and NGOs.
The Water Web Consortium
Promotes the sharing of information concerning water and the earth's environment.
OTHER WATER LINKS [Top]
USA Intelligence Community Assessment on Global Water Security, 2 Feb. 2012
Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a comprehensive, interagency coordinated assessment of the state of global water security, with recommendations.
Product page with great list of links for freshwater crisis facts and figures
CIA World Factbook 2001
Facts, statistics and maps for countries from the Central Intellegence Agency.
The ClimateArk is a Climate Change Portal and Search Engine dedicated to promoting public policy that addresses global climate change through reductions in carbon dioxide and other emissions, renewable energy, energy conservation and ending deforestation.
FirstSearch Database Information
Provides access to over 70 databases in 15 topic areas, including the sciences, public policy and current events. (Must be connected to a participating library to access databases.)
Forests.org: Ecological Science Based Forest Conservation Advocacy
Forests.org provides vast forest conservation news, information retrieval tools, and original analysis.
Ocean Conserve is a Ocean Conservation Portal and Internet Search Tool that provides access to reviewed ocean conservation news and information.
One Water was created by the University of Miami. It has a collection of water related news articles and curriculum.
Pacific Institute Online Resources
Online resources for exploring the nexus of environmental, security, and development issues.
The portal provides unprecedented rainforest action, news, search and analysis capabilities. Together the Rainforest Portal, Ecological Internet's international network of citizen activists and collaborating groups expect to be saving lots of rainforests in coming years - helping to usher in an era of global rainforest and ecological sustainability.
U.S. Water News
Contains monthly archives of water news around the United States.
Water Conserve: A Water Conservation Portal
A water conservation portal and internet search tool that provides access to reviewed water conservation news and information.
Blog by OSU Professor, Dr. Michael Campana that includes news, analysis, commentary, and humor.
The Way of Water
Blog by OSU Student, Jennifer Veilleux, that covers geographic water resources research, mainly in the Nile and Mekong River basins.
If you have a website that is related to the TFDD project and would like to add a link on our site, please feel free to contact Aaron T. Wolf.