He has also served as president of the Southeastern Anatolia Project Regional Development Administration in Turkey; board member and treasurer of the World Water Council (1995-2003); vice president and secretary-general of the International Water Resources Association (2001-2006); and council member of the International Hydropower Association (1997-2000).
What does IWRA stand for?
IWRA stands for International Water Resources Association
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We have 6 other meanings of IWRA in our Acronym Attic
- Integral Water Repellent (masonry mortar)
- Intelligent Word Recognition
- Inter-Works Requisition
- Interactive Web Response
- Internal Work Request
- Internationales Wirtschaftsforum Regenerative Energien (German: International Economic Platform for Renewable Energies)
- Internet Weather Report
- Internet Weekly Report (blog)
- Isolated Word Recognition
- Instant Wealth Resource Awareness (internet forum)
- International Water Rocket Association
- International Wild Rice Association
- International Wildlife Refuge Alliance (est. 2006)
- Internet Website Rating Administration
- Inventory of Work-Relevant Abilities (ACT, Inc.)
- Integrated Water Resources Allocation and Management (EU)
- Integrated Water Resources Assessment and Management (Australia)
- Imaging Wind and Rain Airborne Profiler (radar)
- Installation Water Resources Analysis and Planning System
- International Weed Risk Assessment Workshop
Samples in periodicals archive:
The author highlights a criticism of the World Commission on Environment and Development's (WCED) document "Our Common Future" by the International Water Resources Association which has sub-chapters on the oceans, space, and the Antarctic but not one on fresh water - "the blood and the lymph of the geophysical system.
When we look to increase future food production, the answer lies in expansion of irrigated and drained lands where potential exists, and importantly, in existing irrigated and drained areas and an increase in water use efficiency and land productivity," said Aly Shady, President Honoraire of the International Commission on Drainage and Irrigation and President of the International Water Resources Association (IWRA).