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FileStrategic Action Program for the Integrated Management of the São Francisco River Basin and its Coastal Zone (SAP) Executive summary by Christian Ledermann — last modified Apr 12, 2012 07:23 AM
The SAP is the outcome of the first stage of the Project for the Integrated Management of Land-based Activities in the São Francisco River Basin, approved by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) in 1998. Known locally as the GEF São Francisco Project, the project was prepared between July and November 2003. It is based upon the Diagnostic Analysis of the Basin (DAB) and its prepara- tion involved intense public participation and discus- sions within the scope of the São Francisco River Basin Committee (CBHSF), involving more than 12,000 people and 404 institutions.
FilePROGRAMA DE AÇÕES ESTRATÉGICAS PARA O GERENCIAMENTO INTEGRADO DA BACIA DO RIO SÃO FRANCISCO E DA SUA ZONA COSTEIRA – PAE by Christian Ledermann — last modified Apr 12, 2012 07:23 AM
Resumo Executivo do Relatório Final
FileDiagnostic Analysis of the São Francisco River Basin and its Coastal Zone - DAB by Christian Ledermann — last modified Apr 12, 2012 07:23 AM
The São Francisco river Basin possesses a strategic location because it constitutes a territory which makes a natural connection between the Southwest, the most developed region of Brazil, and the Northeast, considered to be in a less advanced state of development. Causal Chain - Insuficiency of Water for Multiple Uses
FileStrategic Action Program for the Integrated Management of the São Francisco River Basin and its Coastal Zone (SAP) Final report by Christian Ledermann — last modified Apr 12, 2012 07:22 AM
The objective of the Strategic Action Pro- gram for the Integrated Management of the São Francisco Basin and its Coastal Zone – SAP, is to propose an action program, covering a period of approximately 4 years, targeted at resolving conflicts and revitalizing the São Francisco River Basin and its coastal zone
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