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Project Water is Life

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ADENAM (Youth Association in the Defense of the Nature in Matelândia) is a nonprofit organization founded by a group of teachers and students from State College Euclides da Cunha in Matelândia in September 19th, 1989. The initiative of creating an organization started with some students of the biology teacher Ildo Dal Pozzo, who were motivated to take care of the environment by means of in-class activities.

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Statkraft Sustainability Partnership

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Statkraft has partnered with the International Hydropower Association (IHA) as s foundation ‘Sustainability Partner’ to test the application of the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol on one of our hydropower projects in Europe. Our Sustainability Partnership is a three year engagement, comprising a training/capacity building workshop, an unofficial assessment using the Protocol, and an official assessment using the Protocol.  These activities include Statkraft staff, as well as observers, to ensure that the best-practice knowledge about sustainable hydropower embedded in the Protocol is shared as widely as possible.

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Itaipu Sustainability Partnership

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Itaipu has partnered with the International Hydropower Association (IHA) as a foundation ‘Sustainability Partner’ to implement the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol on our hydropower plant: Itaipu. Our Sustainability Partnership is a three year engagement, comprising a training/capacity building workshop, an unofficial assessment using the Protocol, and an official assessment using the Protocol.  These activities include Itaipu staff, as well as observers, as a mechanism to ensure the best-practice knowledge about sustainable hydropower embedded in the Protocol is shared as widely as possible.

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EDF Sustainability Partnership

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EDF has partnered with the International Hydropower Association (IHA) to implement the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol on one of our projects within the European Union.  We are a foundation ‘Sustainability Partner’ and are also participating in ‘Hydro4LIFE’, IHA’s European Commission-funded project to implement the Protocol within the European Union.  Our Sustainability Partnership is a three year engagement, comprising a training/capacity building workshop, an unofficial assessment using the Protocol, and an official assessment using the Protocol.

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Landsvirkjun Sustainability Partnership

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Landsvirkjun has partnered with the International Hydropower Association (IHA) as s foundation ‘Sustainability Partner’ to implement the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol on one of our hydropower projects in Iceland. 

Our Sustainability Partnership is a three year engagement, comprising a training/capacity building workshop, an unofficial assessment using the Protocol, and an official assessment using the Protocol.  These activities include Landsvirkjun staff, as well as observers such as regulators or NGOs, as a mechanism to ensure the best-practice knowledge about sustainable hydropower embedded in the Protocol is shared as widely as possible.  We are also actively working with IHA as a Sustainability Partner to promote the importance of sustainable hydropower both within Europe and globally.

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Manitoba Hydro Sustainability Partnership

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Manitoba Hydro has partnered with the International Hydropower Association (IHA) as s foundation ‘Sustainability Partner’ to implement the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol on one of our hydropower projects in Canada. 

Our Sustainability Partnership is a multi-year engagement, comprising a training/capacity building workshop and an official assessment using the Protocol.  These activities include Manitoba Hydro staff, as well as interested and potentially affected parties, as a mechanism to ensure the best-practice knowledge about sustainable hydropower embedded in the Protocol is shared as widely as possible.  We are also actively working with IHA as a Sustainability Partner to promote the importance of sustainable hydropower both within North America and globally.

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Sarawak Energy Sustainability Partnership

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Sarawak Energy has partnered with the International Hydropower Association (IHA) as s foundation ‘Sustainability Partner’ to implement the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol on one of our hydropower projects in Malaysia. 

Our Sustainability Partnership is a three year engagement, comprising a training/capacity building workshop, an unofficial assessment using the Protocol, and an official assessment using the Protocol.  These activities include Sarawak Energy staff, as well as observers such as regulators or NGOs, as a mechanism to ensure the best-practice knowledge about sustainable hydropower embedded in the Protocol is shared as widely as possible.  We are also actively working with IHA as a Sustainability Partner to promote the importance of sustainable hydropower both within Asia and globally.

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Odebrecht Energy Sustainability Partnership – IHA

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The Sustainability Partnership is a three year engagement, comprising a training/capacity building workshop, an unofficial assessment using the Protocol, and an official assessment using the Protocol.  These activities include Odebrecht Energy staff, as well as observers such as regulators or representatives of financial institutions, as a mechanism to ensure the best-practice knowledge about sustainable hydropower embedded in the Protocol is shared as widely as possible.  We are also actively working with IHA as a Sustainability Partner to promote the importance of sustainable hydropower both within South America and globally.

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E.ON Sustainability Partnership

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E.ON has partnered with the International Hydropower Association (IHA) to implement the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol on one of our projects in Brazil, Turkey, India, South-East Asia or within the European Union.  We are a foundation ‘Sustainability Partner’ and are also participating in ‘Hydro4LIFE’, IHA’s European Commission-funded project to implement the Protocol within the European Union. 

Our Sustainability Partnership is a three year engagement, comprising a training/capacity building workshop, an unofficial assessment using the Protocol, and an official assessment using the Protocol.  These activities include E.ON staff, as well as observers such as regulators or NGOs, as a mechanism to ensure the best-practice knowledge about sustainable hydropower embedded in the Protocol is shared as widely as possible.  We are also actively working with IHA as a Sustainability Partner to promote the importance of sustainable hydropower both within the European Union and globally.

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Hydro Tasmania Sustainability Partnership

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Hydro Tasmania has partnered with the International Hydropower Association (IHA) as s foundation ‘Sustainability Partner’ to support the application of the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol globally via the development of training materials, and specifically at certain sites across several global regions including Asia and South America. 

Our Sustainability Partnership is a multi-year engagement, comprising the development of a training/capacity building workshop for global delivery, and participation in two sets of training workshops and unofficial assessments using the Protocol as independent experts.  These activities include Hydro Tasmania staff, as well as observers such as regulators or NGOs, as a mechanism to ensure the best-practice knowledge about sustainable hydropower embedded in the Protocol is shared as widely as possible.  We are also actively working with IHA as a Sustainability Partner to promote the importance of sustainable hydropower both within Australia and globally.

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