UN Environment GEMS/Water Capacity Development Centre
Welcome to the UN Environment GEMS/Water CDC at UCC
The UN Environment GEMS/Water Capacity Development Centre was founded in 2015 to provide global capacity development in water quality monitoring and assessment. The importance of good quality freshwater for health and development have recently been highlighted by the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the associated Sustainable Development Goals. The Centre is working on a programme of activities that will support this Agenda.
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Managing a Precious Resource, an interview with Dr Debbie Chapman
An interview with UN Environment GEMS/Water Capacity Development Centre Director, Dr Debbie Chapman regarding the importance of managing global water resources is featured on page 10 in this issue of ISOfocusRead Article