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Water for food : innovative water management technologies for food security and poverty alleviation

Can agricultural water management (AWM) technologies provide innovative solutions that can help to meet this challenge of feeding a growing, mostly disadvantaged, population by producing more food but with fewer resources?

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2011
IUCN Grey Literature

Scoping and planning of integrated water resources management (IWRM) and river basin management (RBM) component in Lao PDR and Thailand for the Mekong Water Dialogues, August 2011

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IUCN Grey Literature

Pangani River Basin, Tanzania : WANI case study

Climate change and the over exploitation of water resources is challenging the sustainability of the Pangani River Basin to deliver water services. Competition for diminishing water resources has led to tensions between the various stakeholders within the basin.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Komadugu Yobe Basin, upstream of Lake Chad, Nigeria : WANI case study

Inappropriate water management practices in the Komadugu Yobe Basin, upstream of Lake Chad in northern Nigeria, changed the seasonal river flow and caused widespread environmental degradation.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Environmental flows : WANI case study

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2011
IUCN Grey Literature

Technical report : Conference on Integrated Watershed Forest and River Basin Management in Vietnam, Bi Doup Nui Ba National Park, Dalat City, Lam Dong, Vietnam, May 23-24, 2011

Regional and international delegates gathered for a conference focusing on forests, watershed management, and integrated water resource management on 23-24 May in Da Lat, Viet Nam.

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IUCN Grey Literature

Groundwater in the Mekong Delta

Groundwater provides a valuable supply of drinking water to millions in the Mekong Delta, yet because this resource is below ground, it is effectively invisible and often not seen as a priority by policy makers.

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IUCN Publication

Catalogue of good practices for climate risks adaptation in Burkina Faso

The practices listed in this catalogue are selected on the basis of their potential capacity to mitigate the foreseeable negative effects of climate change, particularly recurrent droughts, floods, strong winds/sand storms and high temperatures.

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Pangani River Basin, Tanzania : building consensus on water allocation and climate change adaptation

Climate change and the over exploitation of water resources is challenging the sustainability of the Pangani River Basin to deliver water services. Competition for diminishing water resources has led to tensions between the various stakeholders within the basin.

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Komadugu Yobe Basin, upstream of Lake Chad, Nigeria : multi-stakeholder participation to create new institutions and legal frameworks to manage water resources

Inappropriate water management practices in the Komadugu Yobe Basin, upstream of Lake Chad in northern Nigeria, changed the seasonal river flow and caused widespread environmental degradation.

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Environmental flows : demonstrations and knowledge sharing through regional and global networks to turn policy into action

Environmental flows improve water management by ensuring a sustainable water supply to meet the needs of people, agriculture, energy, industry and the environment.

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Processus de mise en place du comité local de l'eau en queue de bassin versant de la Sirba : note de capitalisation

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2011
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Normar : reformando la gobernanza del agua

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2011
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Negociar : lograr acuerdos acerca del agua

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2011
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Forests and gender

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2011
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Partager l’eau et ses bénéfices : les leçons de six grands barrages en Afrique de l’Ouest

Ce document présente les expériences de six barrages construits en Afrique de l’Ouest entre la fin des années 1970 et la fin des années 1990 : Sélingué au Mali, Niandouba et Confluent au Sénégal, Moussodougou, Bagré et Kompienga au Burkina Faso.

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2011
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Sharing the water, sharing the benefits : lessons from six large dams in West Africa

This document examines the experiences of six dams built in West Africa between the late 1970s and late 1990s: the Niandouba and Confluent in Senegal, the Sélingué in Mali, and the Bagré, Kompienga and Moussodougou dams in Burkina Faso.

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2011
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Governance of shared waters : legal and institutional issues

This book seeks to reposition the law as a tool for implementing higher good, or, in other words, for providing justice by seeking to ensure individuals have access to the services that ecosystems naturally provide, and guaranteeing the right to water for human well-being.

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Critical analysis of environmental flow assessments of selected rivers in Tanzania and Kenya

This report represents a summary and analysis of work that has been carried out over the past decade or so, to assess and implement the environmental flow requirements of four river basins in Tanzania. These basins are the Pangani, Great Ruaha, Wami and the Mara (shared with Kenya).

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2011
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Module 3 : entrepreneurship development in integrated water resource management, financial management in conflict management in water resource management in development

One of the pre-requisites in the process of putting in place the Kikuletwa Catchment Forum is development of training materials to be used for Training of Trainers (TOT) programme covering topics in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), entrepreneurships; community participation; gender a

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Module 2 : integrated water resources management (IWRM)

One of the pre-requisites in the process of putting in place the Kikuletwa Catchment Forum is development of training materials to be used for Training of Trainers (TOT) programme covering topics in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), entrepreneurships; community participation; gender a

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Module 1 : participatory planning, stakeholder participation and gender mainstreaming an integrated water resources management and development

One of the pre-requisites in the process of putting in place the Kikuletwa Catchment Forum is development of training materials to be used for Training of Trainers (TOT) programme covering topics in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), entrepreneurships; community participation; gender a

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2011
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Water vision to action : catalyzing change through the IUCN Water & Nature Initiative : results report

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Catalogue de bonnes pratiques d'adaptation aux risques climatiques au Burkina Faso

Plusieurs technologies sont actuellement utilisées en milieu rural du Burkina Faso, dont certaines peuvent être qualifiées de bonnes pratiques d’adaptation au changement climatique.

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2011
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Large dams in West Africa : building the dialogue

This documentary film is a medium of information and awareness for various stakeholders (policy makers, civil society, populations, technical and financial partners) about the many challenges and opportunities related to large dams in West Africa.

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Les grands barrages en Afrique de l'Ouest : bâtir le dialogue

Ce film documentaire est un support de sensibilisation et d'information des différents acteurs (décideurs, société civile, populations, partenaires techniques et financiers) sur les multiples enjeux et perspectives liés aux grands barrages en Afrique de l'Ouest.

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2011
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Share : managing water across boundaries (Russian version)

This publication provides an overview of the world’s shared water resources and insights for managing these resources.

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2011
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The diversity of life in African freshwaters : under water, under threat : an analysis of the status and distribution of freshwater species throughout mainland Africa

This volume gives the most up-to-date information on the distributions and conservation status of species in all inland water ecosystems across mainland continental Africa and the reasons behind their declining status.

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Bangladesh tomorrow

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2010
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Sustainable consumption and production in the Asia-Pacific region : effective responses in a resource constrained world

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2010
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The importance of biodiversity and ecosystems in economic growth and equity in Latin America and the Caribbean : an economic valuation of ecosystems

UNDP’s Environment and Energy Group is pleased to publish this Report which will be a cornerstone for future approaches and policy dialogue on the economics and management of ecosystem services.

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Africa water atlas

This Atlas is a visual account of Africa’s endowment and use of water resources, revealed through 224 maps and 104 satellite images as well as some 500 graphics and hundreds of compelling photos.

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2010
IUCN Grey Literature

Decision-making and dialogue relating to large dams and hydraulic infrastructures : diversity of approaches; evolution of policies and practices applying to project preparation and implementation; case studies from Cameroon and Senegal

This is the report of a study on the approaches to decision-making and dialogue on large dams and hydraulic infrastructures in developing countries and emerging markets, particularly the policies and practices applying to environmental and social aspects, and engagement of stakeholders around pro

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2010
IUCN Grey Literature

Study of salt water intrusion in the upper aquifer in Azraq Basin

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2010
IUCN Grey Literature

Water and climate change adaptation : using water management, ecosystems and empowerment to build climate change resilience

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Economic assessment for ballast water management : a guideline (Arabic version)

The aim of this guideline is to aid maritime administrators, or other lead agencies working with ballast water management, to assess and quantify (as appropriate and possible) the potential economic consequences of unintended marine species introductions.

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Economic assessment for ballast water management : a guideline (Russian version)

The aim of this guideline is to aid maritime administrators, or other lead agencies working with ballast water management, to assess and quantify (as appropriate and possible) the potential economic consequences of unintended marine species introductions.

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2010
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Évaluation économique de la gestion des eaux de ballast : une directive

Le but de cette directive est d’assister les administrateurs maritimes ou d’autres agences de direction travaillant sur la gestion des eaux de ballast à évaluer et quantifier autant que possible les conséquences économiques potentielles d’introductions involontaires d’espèces marines.

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2010
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Economic assessment for ballast water management : a guideline

The aim of this guideline is to aid maritime administrators, or other lead agencies working with ballast water management, to assess and quantify (as appropriate and possible) the potential economic consequences of unintended marine species introductions.

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2010
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Pay : establishing payments for watershed services (Arabic version)

This guide aims to provide practical tools to non specialists – essentially water resources planners, river basin managers, non-governmental organizations and private sector operators.

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2010
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Sharing the reform process : learning from the Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA)

With a large percentage of the world’s population moving to urban areas, clean, affordable and timely supply of drinking and domestic water to its residents has become a priority.

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2010
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Gobernanza de aguas compartidas : ejercicios prácticos

Esta publicación tiene por objeto ayudar a los funcionarios de gobierno a fortalecer su capacidad de negociación y promover la cooperación entre actores estatales en el ámbito de los recursos hídricos compartidos.

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2010
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Negotiate : reaching agreements over water

Water practitioners are increasingly called upon to negotiate workable agreements about how to best use, manage and care for water resources. This book makes the case for constructive engagement and cooperative forms of negotiation in dealing with complex water issues.

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2010
Non IUCN Publication

Safe flyways for the Siberian Crane

Cranes, a flagship species of waterbirds, have great cultural significance - especially the Siberian Crane. Yet, even after decades of conservation efforts, cranes remain threatened with 11 species at risk.

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2009
IUCN Grey Literature

Perspectives on water and climate change adaptation : introduction, summaries and key messages

Dozens of experts were invited to provide their perspectives on critical issues relating to climate change and water in the form of a Perspective Document. The initiative resulted in the serise of papers presented here.

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2009
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The United Nations world water development report 3 : water in a changing world

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2009
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Water ecosystem services and poverty under climate change : key issues and research priorities : report of a scoping exercise to help develop a research programme for the UK Department for International Development

To help shape a research programme proposed by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), this report seeks to highlight some of the critical issues facing water ecosystem services in Africa, South Asia and Latin America and makes recommendations on the research that is needed to fil

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2009
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Partage des bénéfices issus des grands barrages en Afrique de l’Ouest

Ce rapport passe en revue l’expérience acquise en matière de déplacement des populations touchées par les barrages en Afrique de l’Ouest au cours des 40 dernières années et examine les mécanismes qui permettent un partage plus équitable des bénéfices issus des barrages en veillant à ce que les co

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2009
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Sharing the benefits of large dams in West Africa

This report reviews the experience with displacement of affected people in West Africa over the last 40 years and examines mechanisms for distributing the benefits of dams more equitably and for ensuring that affected people are better off.

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