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Year 2017 - Issue 3 IAHR and the Sustainable Development Goals of Agenda 2030

Editorial By Angelos N. Findikakis FREE ACCESS SHARE IT!

IAHR and The Sustainable Development Goals By ANGELOS N. FINDIKAKIS FREE ACCESS SHARE IT!

Submarine Outfalls as Part of The Solution to Achieve SDGs By Philip Roberts, James Bradley, Robin Morelissen & Daniel A.Botelho

The Contribution of IAHR’s Communities of Water Management and Climate Change Towards The SDGs By Carlos Galvao, Young-OH Kim, Elpida Kolokytha, Arpita Mondal, Pradeep Mujumdar, Daisuke Nohara, Satoru Oishi, Roberto Ranzi & Ramesh Teegavarapu

The IAHR Ice Research and Engineering Committee and The SDGs By MATTI LEPPÄRANTA

Groundwater and Its Management as Critical Components of Sustainable Development By Zhongbo Yu, Alberto Guadagnini & Daniele Tonina

The Fluid Mechanics Committee and The SDGs By Harindra Joseph Fernando

Fostering Global Partnerships By Education and Professional Development By Michael Tritthart

Better Water Infrastructures For a Better World By Anton J. Schleiss

Monitoring SDG Progress For Water and SanitatIion: Challenges and Opportunities By Carter Borden, Darren Swanson & William Young

Report From the Kuala Lumpur World Congress 2017

New IAHR Council for 2017 - 2019

2017 Awards at the 37th IAHR World Congress in Kuala Lumpur

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