International Waters learning Exchange & Resource Network
IW:Learn

Day 2

26 Sep 2002
INSTITUTIONAL MAPPING OF THE SAN JUAN RIVER BASIN   
An Information and Communication Tool for Multi-stakeholder Participation
Towards Sustainability: Partnerships and Finance The PEMSEA Experience   
It is increasingly recognized that no single country,donor, agency or any individual effort can effectively resolve the environmental management problems of today including those of the coastal and marine environment.
TRANSBOUNDARY DIAGNOSTIC ANALYSIS   
National priorities & criteria may not include regional &/or global considerations e.g. National priority pollution hot-spots may have no transboundary impacts in the short to medium term
Large Marine Ecosystem monitoring, assessment, and management across the global North-South divide   
Since the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, overfishing, loss of coastal habitats, coastal pollution, and loss of biodiversity continue to erode the sustainability of $10.6 trillion in goods and services generated by c...
Freshwater Basin Management: Experiences and Lessons Learnt   
To achieve sustainable socio-economic development through equitable utilization of, and benefit from, the common Nile Basin water resources.
LAKE TANGANYIKA MANAGEMENT PLANNING PROJECT (LTMPP)   
Lake Tanganyika is exceptionally old. It was formed about 12 million years ago and some sediments date back twice this period. Four riparian countries share the Lake: Burundi; the Democratic Republic of Congo; Tanzania; and Zambia.
Caspian Environment Programme   
With more than two or three countries Government endorsement of a SAP is difficult, if not impossible. SAP documents are often adopted at solely at the Ministry level and do not go through an inter-sectoral consultation procedure.
LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS AND COASTS: EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS LEARNED   
The Gulf of Guinea is recognised by the countries bordering it as being very importance for their socio-economic well-being. All along the coast, there are major urban human settlements as well as industries and harbours. The coastal environment m...
LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS AND COASTS: EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS LEARNED.ppt   
The Gulf of Guinea is recognised by the countries bordering it as being very importance for their socio-economic well-being. All along the coast, there are major urban human settlements as well as industries and harbours. The coastal environment m...
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION OF THE RIO DE LA PLATA AND ITS MARITIME FRONT.ppt   
The task of both commissions is to adopt and coordinate plans and measures aimed at protecting the aquatic environments and their fauna, promoting research.
huergo_medina_riodelaplata.zip   
THE BENGUELA CURRENT LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM PROGRAMME (BCLME): EXPERIENCES AND SOME LESSONS LEARNED ...
THE BENGUELA CURRENT LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM PROGRAMME (BCLME): EXPERIENCES AND SOME LESSONS LEARNED   
The Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem Programme (BCLME) is a multi-country cross-sectoral regional initiative originally conceived in 1995 and developed by Angola, Namibia ad South Africa in partnership with UNDP and GEF as a means to ensur...
THE BENGUELA CURRENT LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM (BCLME)   
The Logic Framework Analysis approach used in the project planning phase was an ideal framework to prepare the TDA i.e. defining goals, issues, outputs, verifiable indicators, assumptions, risks and a timeframe for activities.
Freshwater Basin Management:Experiences and Lessons learnt from Implementation of Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project (LVEMP)   
Within this basin lie Lake Victoria, a fresh water resource, and the second largest fresh water in the world.
International Cooperation in Water Management and Pollution Control in the Danube River Basin.ppt   
A legal frame for co-operation to assure the protection of water and ecological resources and their sustainable use in the Danube River Basin.
Building Sustainability:Partnerships and Finance.ppt   
An Institution that Takes Full Market Risk with Sponsors in Projects that are NOT Backed by Central Government Guarantees of Repayment.
SECOND BIENNIAL GEF INTERNATIONAL WATERS CONFERENCE 25-29 Sept. 2002, Furama Hotel, Dalian, China   
UNDP is an implementing Agency of the GEF and a partner with the GEF Secretariat, UNEP and the World Bank in organizing this Conference. Therefore, on behalf of the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, Mr. Mark Malloch Brown...
CHINA’S SUSTAINABLE OCEAN AND COASTAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGYIN 21ST CENTURY   
Ocean is a treasure house of resources, including minerals (sand, polymetallic nodules, cobalt crust, hydrothermal vents) energy (oil and gas, gas hydrate)and food ( fish etc.) for sustainable human development .