You may want to subscribe to the mailing lists of the Beiruth conference. Also, you may consult other discussion communities involved in water-related issues, and join them.
The information which is presented here has taken a lot from the site http://www.lsoft.com/lists/list_q.html. The data concerning the number of subscribers is from early March 1998.
The purpose of this list (10 subcribers) is to promote communication with and within the Sierra Club's Wetlands & Clean Water Campaign Steering Committee and associated Sierra Club staff and advisors.
The members of the Committee, the Sierra Club staff associated with the Committee, and its advisors are subscribed to this list. The list is closed to new subscribers.
The general public is invited to send messages to this list to communicate with the Committee but postings to this list are subject to the review of the Editor of this list.
Members of the Committee will attempt to respond to all messages posted to this list, but the volume and complexity of messages may preclude a response to some messages.
In order to send a message to the list, please write to CONS-CSC-WETLANDS-WATER-COMM@LISTS.SIERRACLUB.ORG.
This list (6 subscribers) opened in December 1997. There is no further information available online.
In order to subscribe, send a mail to LISTSERV@FRODO.CARFAX.CO.UK with the following text: SUBSCRIBE IJW
AGUA-ES (236 subcribers) is a mailing list involved on water management. Every subject connected with water law and economics, planification, ecology of waters, water supply, sewerage, reuse, recycle, conservation of water; Environmental protection and impact of water works; sustentable development and water resources.
This list is devoted to the spanish language community: Spain and Latin America; even Spanish speakers all over the word.
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The purpose of the CONS-EQST-WATER-FORUM list (73 subcribers) is to facilitate discussion and exchange of information among Sierra Club members on water issues .
This Forum is open to all current Sierra Club members. To subscribe to this list send the following one-line command to LISTGUARD@SIERRACLUB.ORG: SUBSCRIBE CONS-EQST-WATER-FORUM. Note: enter only your 8-digit Sierra Club Membership Number on the Subject: line of the message.
MEH2O-L (211 subcribers) is an electronic mail discussion group for information and research relating to water in the Middle East.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
Geared primarily to the academic and research communities, MEH2O-L has free, unrestricted membership. Anyone interested is encouraged to join.
MEH2O-L is sponsored by Israel's National Center for Mariculture located in Eilat, Israel.
In order to subscribe, send a mail to LISTSERV@VM.TAU.AC.IL with the following text: SUBSCRIBE MEH2O-L
DIALOG-AGUA-L is a mechanism for the exchange of water-related information and expertise among members of the water resources community in the Americas established by the Inter-American Water Resources Network (IWRN) and operated by the Florida Center for Environmental Studies (CES). It is the hope of the IWRN and CES that active participation in this list will lead to partnerships and collaboration among individuals, institutions, and organizations.
A wide variety of water and water-related information is welcome on this public list including: requests for information, technical assistance, and advice; announcements of training courses, educational opportunities, and internships in the field of water resources; meeting announcements and calls for papers; and discussions of significant water issues.
Postings are welcome in all languages of the Organization of American States (OAS): English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French.
For further information contact the IWRN Technical Secretariat at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
In order to subscribe, send a mail to LISTSERV@CENTAURI.CES.FAU.EDU with the following text: SUBSCRIBE DIALOG-AGUA-L