(Washington, D.C.) — The Royal Netherlands Embassy commends New Orleans and Greater New Orleans Inc. for awarding a contract for the development of a ‘Comprehensive, Sustainable Integrated Water Management Strategy’ (WMS) for St. Bernard, Orleans and Jefferson Parishes.
On March 22nd, the Dutch Government informed Parliament of its intention to contribute to the execution of UN Security Council Resolution 1973.
Today (March 22nd) is World Water Day. Dutch Crown Prince Willem Alexander will join in live through video conference from South Africa on the ceremony of signing a Memorandum of Understanding between Worldbank President Robert Zoellick and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The design of the Lafitte Greenway Sustainable Water Design Master Plan developed by Waggoner & Ball Associates, utilizes the Dutch approach to water management.
Dutch water experts will join University of South Florida water researchers at a three-day conference to chart the way to a Resilient Tampa Bay.
(Washington, D.C.) — Investment from and trade with the Netherlands supports more than 100,000 jobs in Texas. Across the United States, Dutch investment and trade support more than 700,000 American jobs. This solid economic partnership is detailed in a new report issued by the Embassy. The ties between the USA and the Netherlands pay concrete dividends in exports, imports and job creation in both countries.
Due to technical problems the Consulate will open for Business on Monday, February 14, 2011.
The Dutch cabinet decided on a training mission to Afghanistan to educate and train Afghan police officers. In total the mission comprises 545 people.