The oldest history of Peru is usually associated with the Inca Empire. It is true that during the reign of Inka Pachacuti, this was an empire that was unparalleled in the South American continent. When Pachacuti died in 1471, his empire was dragged over 3,800 km from Chile today to the south after Ecuador to the north, and partly to the territory of today’s Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia.
This year could every citizen of our country record a truly remarkable anniversary – the 700th anniversary of the birth of Charles IV.
Public has no idea that in this country is the lack of water and the trend is rather negative and will most likely continue in the future.
Station that measures vapours Hlasivo near Tabor was built in 1957 and is the only base station that measures the vapours in the Czech Republic.
Information from the Ministry of Environment on subsidies for adaptation measures granted by the Ministry
Remedy for inappropriate state of the landscape has long been supported through grant programs of the Ministry of the Environment.
Protection of water resources and the risks associated with water scarcity are the themes that resonate throughout society.
The Global Water Partnership was established jointly by the Swedish Agency for International Development, United Nations Development Programme and the World Bank in 1996 as an international network in order to create a unified approach to the use of water resources.