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Welcome to the website of the Global Environmental Flows Network
- your gateway to information on Environmental Flows

Environmental Flows (eFlows) refer to water provided within a river, wetland or coastal zone to maintain ecosystems and the benefits they provide to people. This website is an open portal for anyone interested in accessing, sharing or discussing information on eFlows.

Brisbane Declaration: A commitment to Environmental Flows. 

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Sustainable use of South Africa’s inland waters

The South African Water Research Commission is pleased to announce the launch of a new book on environmental flows and related matters. The book provides a situation assessment of Resource Directed Measures 12 years after the 1998 National Water Act Read More


Course dates: 02 Sep 2013 to 06 Jan 2014 and 01 Sep 2014 to 05 Jan 2015 / This online course introduces the concept of environmental flows, explains why they are necessary, how to assess and implement them and what they can achieve and what they cannot. The topic of environmental flows requires input from a wide variety of disciplines: Hydrology, Hydraulics, Water chemistry and Geomorphology provide the baseline physical processes which govern environmental conditions in freshwater ecosystems as well as the coastal zone. Governance, policy, economics and social conditions provide the framework for managing natural resources. Read More

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Welcome to the latest edition of the eFlowNet newsletter, which includes highlights from 2012, upcoming events in 2013 and a snapshot of recent publications and research in the environmental flow field. Read More


29 May 2015

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