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GWP was created in to foster integrated water resources management (IWRM), and to ensure the co-ordinated development and. The book also discusses increasing the efficiency of water usage in industrial, agricultural, and domestic applications to ensure a sustainable system of water production, usage, and recycling.
With 30 chapters authored by internationally renowned experts, this work offers readers a comprehensive view of both social and technological outlooks.
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The sustainability of IWRM is an important issue when planning and/or developing policies that consider the impact of climate change, water governance and ecohydrology in the context of a more holistic approach.
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Concepts and definitions 1 The water cycle 1 Three characteristics of water 6 Integrated water resources management 6 Policy principles 8 Sustainability of water resources 9 Institutional aspects 11File Size: 1MB. Get this from a library. Perspectives on water: an integrated model-based exploration of the future.
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on meeting the target to develop integrated water resources management and water. This volume presents a selection of the main contributions made to the international conference on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) entitled ‘Management of Water in a Changing World: Lessons Learnt and Innovative Perspectives’ that was held from 12 to 13 October in Dresden, Germany.
The book summarise the main messages issuing from. The pressing water problems must clearly be tackled from an integrated perspective taking into account environmental, human and technological factors and especially their interdependence.
The key papers in this volume from the Bonn conference focus on the challenges of integrated assessment of water resources in the context of global change. Many countries in the world have made great efforts, to remedy the water shortage, by providing financial and technical backing, for water desalination, treatment of wastewater and improved management and conservation techniques.
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The basis of integrated water resources management (IWRM) was developed in some countries of Europe and other continents at the beginning of the th century in the process of establishing the frameworks for water resources management, in the first place in the form of Spanish Drainage Basin Authorities known as.
In the South African context, IWRM can be understood as realizing the need for integrated management of all aspects of water resources, delegating management functions, and achieving the Author: Marius Claassen. BIDISHA KUMAR This book attempts to identify the challenges in putting into practice the concept of Integrated Water Resource Management (iwrm) in South Asia, a region where iwrm has just found its place in the water policy vocabulary.A collection of 12 research papers, this volume is first of 10 books planned as part of the Water in South Asia series by the South.
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Water management requires global perspective, local solutions. There is no shortage of troubling statistics to prove that water management is a global challenge.
About billion people currently face water scarcity, and a population expected to grow to 9 billion by will put increased strain on already pressured water supplies.
Integrated water resources management is the practice of making decisions and taking actions while considering multiple viewpoints of how water should be managed.
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Water Management: Social and Technological Perspectives discusses developments in energy-efficient water production, management, wastewater treatment, and social and political aspects related to water management and re-use of treated water.
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This book is addressed to scientists and students, but also to managers involved in the necessary decision making process to face future periods of.Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) is increasingly gaining currency in the contemporary discourse on water.
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