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Minister: hydro crucial in climate change battle
09 December, 2005
The Honourable Stéphane Dion, Canada’s Minister of the Environment and president of the United Nations Climate Change conference, confirmed hydro power’s contribution to fighting climate change at an event held during the 11th Conference of the Parties and the first Meeting of the parties to Kyoto.

Blue Planet prize winners announced
05 December, 2005
The International Hydropower Association (IHA) announced the three winners of the 2005 Blue Planet Prize at an event held during the United Nations Conference of Parties on Climate Change in Montreal, Canada.

Hidroenergia 2006 - call for papers
01 December, 2005
The European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA) and the British Hydropower Association (BHA) have released a call for papers for Hidroenergia 2006 – Small Hydropower International Conference and Exhibition.

The value of small hydro
20 September, 2005
On the basis of research and a review of the published technical and professional literature, Roger H Bezdek and Robert M Wendling derive a number of significant conclusions concerning the proper valuation of small hydroelectric facilities in the US Northeast

Talking hydro
19 August, 2005
Since its inception in 1994, the International Centre for Hydropower has helped promote the development and utilisation of hydro throughout the world. Line Fjellvær talks to IWPDC about the organisation’s future objectives and aims

To a higher degree in Sweden
22 July, 2005
Dr. Michel Cervantes describes how the need for more skilled professionals in the hydroelectric sector led to the formation of the Hydro Power Engineering Masters Programme at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Maximising opportunities for UK hydro
15 April, 2005
A clear message throughout the British Hydropower Association annual conference was that hydro has a large part to play in the UK energy market, writes Carrieann Davies. But will UK companies be able to break the international markets?

Class act - dam safety classification
14 April, 2005
C. Richard Donnelly discusses the different approaches Canada takes to dam safety classification

Positive emissions?
22 February, 2005
Emissions trading could have a positive impact on the hydroelectric industry, explains Neil Ford

On course for success
20 January, 2005
Efrossini C. Kalkani, Iris K. Boussiakou, and Leda G. Boussiakou analyse the procedures that educational theories suggest for classroom learning, and apply these procedures in restructuring a civil engineering course in Hydraulic Structures and Dams for an international audience

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