Professor Klaver is in Yazd, Iran, co-teaching a course about Water History, organized by the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education | Philosophy & Religion

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February 24, 2012

Professor Klaver is in Yazd, Iran, co-teaching a course about Water History, organized by the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education

Department of Water Science and Engineering http://www.unesco-ihe.org
The Short Course is at the International Center on Qanats and Historic Hydraulic Structures (UNESCO Category II Center) www.icqhs.org

The course follows the conference of Traditional Knowledge Water Resource Management (TKWRM) http://conference.icqhs.org/Index.php/tkwrm/2012 where Dr. Klaver gives a plenary presentation about the Springer book she co-edited for the Water and Cultural Diversity UNESCO Advisory group, which has just been published http://www.springer.com/environment/aquatic+sciences/book/978-94-007-1773-2