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Welcome to the WaterStrategyMan website

The goal of the WSM project - "Developing Strategies for Regulating and Managing Water Resources and Demand in Water Deficient Regions" is the study of the differences between quantity and quality dimensions in water management and the development of alternative options and long-term scenarios, through the establishment of a broad framework on the existing knowledge on IWRM practices, while highlighting of the importance of regionalization and the relevant cultural context. 

Methodology, tools, guidelines and protocols of implementation will be developed that will enable decision makers to select and implement relevant water schemes for full water cost recovery.

The project aims at developing an integrated water resources management that takes into account economic, technical, social, institutional and environmental implications, to meet both directly and indirectly the EU requirements concerning preservation and enhancement of the quality of the environment and the availability of natural resources and sustainable development.

WaterStrategyMan is a project of the Arid Cluster.



 WaterStrategyMan is supported by the European Commission under the Fifth Framework Programme and contributing to the implementation of the Key Action "Sustainable Management and Quality of Water" within the Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development.
Contract No: EVK1-CT-2001-00098

This web site is the sole responsibility of the WaterStrategyMan Project and does not represent the opinion of the European Community nor is the European community responsible for any use that might be made of the data appearing herein
Webmaster: NTUA, School of Chemical Engineering
Contact Person: Prof.Dionysis Assimacopoulos

WSM - Developing Strategies for Regulating and Managing Water Resources and Demand in Water Deficient Regions