Sustainable water resource management is a key issue in China. Together with members and partners, IUCN China is working to build capacity in integrated water resource management through multi-stakeholder platforms and the concept of environmental flows.
In 2007, IUCN China launched the Chinese version of FLOW – The Essentials of Environmental Flows. Environmental flows refers to the allocation of fresh water in river and lake basins to maintain ecosystems and their benefits to people.
VALUE - Counting Ecosytems as Water Infrastructure has also since been translated in Chinese. Download these two publications below to learn more.
|FLOW, The Essentials of Environmental Flows||PDF Document 1.34MB|
|FLOW (Chinese version)|
|Value, Countng Ecosystem Services as Water Infrastructure (EN)||PDF Document 1.59MB|
|Value, Counting Ecosystems as Water Infrastructure (CHINESE)||PDF Document 5.14MB|