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FileWB Session and OP 8 by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25
Observations and tentative ideas of what this means for our work on international waters (OP 8)
FileAn Overview of the Strategic Planning Process for the Lake Tanganyika Biodiversity Project by admin — last modified Mar 04, 2010 09:13
Increased population growth in the Lakeshore and wider catchment coupled with an increase in human activity is threatening the sustainability of the lake as a rich resource base. Fishing pressure, sedimentation and pollution are threatening the lake's biodiversity as an induced ecological change exceeds the lake's adaptive capacity. The situation has called for urgent intervention.
FileConcurrent Feedback Sesion:OP 9 Projects by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25
OP 9 requires even more participatory work than other OPs ; we need to develop real bottom-up processes that match upstream planning.
FileFirst GEF Biennial International Waters Conference by admin — last modified Mar 07, 2010 02:47
Address of Dr. Ferenc Ligetvari: Minister for the Environment of Hungary
FileGlobal Alliance for Water Security in the 21st Century by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25
World Water Forum in the Hague in March Side Meeting with Donors to Broach the Subject Secretary of State’s Earth Day Speech Follow-up Donor Meeting in Washington Development of Regional Action Plans Second Follow-up Donor Meeting in Germany.
FileSpecial Session on Monitoring and Evaluation by admin — last modified Mar 07, 2010 08:49
This presentation will describe the purpose, natureand timing of International Waters Program Study being conducted under the auspices of the Monitoring and Evaluation Section of the GEF Secretariat.
FileAddressing Global Water Resource Issues in the Twenty First Century by admin — last modified Mar 04, 2010 09:05
More countries are invovled with GEF international Waters projects under implementation and preparation than in any othre focal area, with 133 recipient and 13 non-recipient countries, such as Germany and Austria in the Danube, collaborating to address tanrsboundary water issues.
FileEcosystem Approach for Coastal Resource Management by admin — last modified Mar 07, 2010 11:01
PEMSEA adopts integrated coastal management (ICM) as the ecosystem apprach for managing multiple use of goods and services generated by the coastal and marine ecosystems.
FileThe Role of the IJC and the Development of a Binational Regime in Relation to the North American Laurentian Great Lakes: Abstract by admin — last modified May 28, 2014 04:20
Panelist Abstract: The article provides a summary of Key Issues and Best Practices/Lessons Learned in relation to the establishment of the International Joint Commission and the Development of a Binational Regime in Relation to the North American Laurentian Great Lakes.
FileInternational Network for Capacity Building in Integrated Water Resources Management by admin — last modified Mar 07, 2010 07:06
Many countries are in need of policy reforms and institutional restructuring to improve the goverance of water - an increasingly scare resource under growing demand from a variety of existing and potential users.There is urgent need to find effective and inovative solutions for managing water in better ways than has been the case in the past.CAPNET a project managed by UNDP and funded by the Dutch Government and UNDP, had been developed to respond to this need.
FileMinutes of the Discussion following Presentations of Session VI. GEF related activities in International Waters by admin — last modified Mar 07, 2010 07:28
This discussion was organized in two parts. The first half focussed on technical issues related directly to the presentations and covering both clarifications and exchanging technical experiences. In the second part of the discussion the focus was shifted towards more general implementation related projects experiences.
FileFirst Biennial GEF International WatersConference UNDP-GEF Address: Rafael Asenjo by admin — last modified Mar 07, 2010 02:47
This conference is actually the third "leg" of a multi-agency GEF project called "knowledge Sharing in International Waters," aimed at promoting sharing of lessons, resources and best practice among the rapidly growing GEF International Waters portfolio, now totalling over 50 projects in over 110 countries.
FileJoint Management of Shared Resources: North West Sahara Aquifer System by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25
Objective: To consolidate Hydraulic study results with the integration of the Socio-Economic and Environmental information/data. To propose options for a strategy for sustinable development,involve relevant sectors, inter alia, agriculture, enviornment, all stakeholders and NGO's to shift from technical level to policy level.
FileThe Guarani Aquifer Project: Lessons Learnt to an Aquifer Managment System by admin — last modified Jun 24, 2014 12:16
A PowerPoint presentation by Luiz Amore delivered during GEF Third Biennial International Waters Conference last June 21, 2005. Topics presented in the slides are as follows: (1)Main characteristics of Guarani Aquifer System, (2)Uses of Guarani System, (3)Project Rationale and Objective, (4)Project Components and Expected Results, (5) Key technical issues to be addressed by this project, (6) Guarani Aquifer System Region: Institutional Background, (7)Technical Base to Groundwater Management, (8)Groundwater Management Requirements, (9)Guarani Aquifer TDA basic framework, (10)Elements for the Development of the Institutional Base, (11) Achievements and Lessons Learned
FileProgress in the Implementation of the LVEMP 1 and the Preparation of the LVEMP 2 by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25
Objective: To maximize the sustainable benefits to riparian communities from using resources within the basin to generate food, employment and income, supply safe water and sustain a disease free environment. To conserve biodiversity and genetic resources for the benefit of riparian and the global communities. To harmonize national and regional management programmes in order to achieve to the maximum extent possible the reversal of environmental degradation.
FileMekong River Comission: Water Utilization Program by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25
MRC Water Utilization Program - GEF-financed support is due to be completed in late 2006. Progress to date demonstrates the continued commitment of the member states to the 1995 Agreement.
FileUNDP GEF Danube Regional Project:GEF Danube - Black Sea Strategic Partnership by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25
Adopting and implementing of new policies, institutional and regulatory measures for nutrient reduction, Implementing investment projects for water pollution reduction, Capacity building for water pollution management including monitoring systems, Adopting of legal mechanisms at national and regional level (Conventions) to control nutrient releases to the Black Sea, Reinforcing international cooperation for nutrient reduction measures, Implementing pilot project for nutrient reduction with active involvement of stakeholders.
FileIntegrated Management of Land- Based Activities in the Sao Francisco River Basin by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25
Objective: Development of Integrated Watershed. Management Program, promoting sustainable development and addressing root causes for actual degradetion.
FileUNDP/GEF Danube Regional Project and Public Participation in the Transboundary River Basin Management by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25
Enhancing access to information and public participation in addressing priority sources of pollution through improved access to information in the frame of the EU WFD and the Aarhus Convention
FileThe Global Environment Facility Third Biennial International Waters Conference - List of Participants by admin — last modified Mar 07, 2010 09:11
List of participants.
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