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FileBosnia Environment Assessment by admin — last modified Apr 14, 2010 01:19 PM
As support to the GEF (Global Environmental Facility) Program, the WQP Project would address the environmental degradation of the Neretva and Bosnia Rivers, coordinate regional priorities, and develop a Wastewater Improvement Management Plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The Wastewater Improvement Management Plan should clarify the institutional framework for Wastewater Management; formalize the cooperation with institutions in Croatia and Montenegro; build a network of public and private institutions that are needed for effective wastewater management; and prepare the groundwork for innovative low cost wastewater treatment methods.
FileIWCAM-September 2008 newsletter by admin — last modified Apr 12, 2010 12:11 PM
The GEF-IWCAM Project quarterly newsletter, Caribbean WaterWays, Volume 2, Issue 3, September 2008, features the Antigua & Barbuda Demonstration Project; Demonstration Project highlights; and an update on Indicators in IWCAM.
FileDanube Regional Project - Updated Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (2006) by admin — last modified May 15, 2012 12:56 PM
This updated Transboundary Analysis (based largely on the findings of the 2005 Danube River Analysis) identified four key concerns that are a priority for the Danube River Basin and the impact of the Danube River on the Black Sea. • Nutrient Pollution – potentially leading to over enrichment by nutrients and eutrophic conditions. The main sources were identified as point emissions (both municipal wastewater and industrial discharges) and diffuse sources, predominately from agriculture. • Organic Pollution – potentially leading to low dissolved oxygen levels in the receiving water. The main sources were identified as inadequate wastewater treatment from municipalities and from diffuse sources. • Hazardous substances – potentially leading to environmentally toxic conditions. The main sources were identified as industrial (both active and from previous industrial sites) and accidental pollution from shipping or mining activities. • Hydromorphological Alterations – that have led to a loss of wetlands, impact on natural aquatic conditions and present migration barriers for fish. Hydromorphological alterations are the result of engineering works in rivers and lakes for navigation, hydropower generation, flood prevention, etc. The main focus of the GEF interventions in the Danube River Basin have been directed towards nutrient pollution and its reduction. This is reflected in the level of information on this specific topic in this updated Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis.
FileIW:LEARN Annual Project Perfomance Results-2008 by admin — last modified Jun 14, 2012 08:33 AM
FileIW:LEARN PIR/APR for 2008 by admin — last modified Jul 05, 2010 09:14 AM
Reporting Period -1 July 2007 to 30 June 2008
FileFAO Training Manual for International Watercourses/River Basins including Law, Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Simulation Training Exercises (2007) [6.2 MB] by admin — last modified Jan 10, 2014 11:15 AM
The project which led to the development of this training manual grew out of discussions with Stefano Burchi, Director of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Legal Development Division at FAO in Rome, and his colleague Kerstin Mechlem at an FAO Nile Basin Initiative training session in Bujumbura, Burundi in the Spring of 2006. Those discussions centered around two observations. The first observation was regarding the paucity of accessible international training materials succinctly integrating negotiation skills with international water law training. The second observation was that there appeared to be a niche for a more “learner centered” training approach to international waters focusing on analysis of experience and encouraging attendees to become increasingly self directed and more responsible for their own learning. Under such an approach, first hand and vicarious experiences, dialogue among learners as well as between instructors and learners, and analysis and interpretation become the focus of instruction.
FilePromote Coastal Environmental and Ecological Conservation with Mechanism Innovation :Case study of Ningbo Water and Environment Project by admin — last modified Apr 14, 2010 12:51 PM
The first project under the “Strategic Partnership Investment Fund for Pollution Reduction in the Large Marine Ecosystems of East Asia” (GEF grant US$ 5 million with counterpart fund of US$12.1 million provided by local government )
FileMulti-focal Benefits through Innovative Approaches to Coastal Conservation in Ningbo, PR China by admin — last modified Apr 14, 2010 12:51 PM
The first project under the “Pollution Reduction Investment Fund for the Large Marine Ecosystems of East Asia” established by the World Bank and the Global Environmental Facility (GEF grant US$ 5 million)
FileUNDP-GEF International Waters Programme – Delivering Results by admin — last modified Mar 02, 2010 12:38 PM
For over 15 years, through its International Waters portfolio, UNDP-GEF has been providing support to assist over 100 countries in working jointly to identify, prioritize, understand, and address the key transboundary environmental and water resources issues of some of the world’s largest and most significant shared waterbodies. This publication highlights the many important results delivered to date by UNDP-GEF’s International Waters programme.
File4th Regional Working Group Report for the Pollution Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
File4th Regional Working Group Report for the Investment Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
File4th Regional Working Group Report for the Fisheries Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
File4th Regional Working Group Report for the Ecosystem Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
File4th Regional Working Group Report for the Biodiversity Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
File3rd Regional Working Group Report for the Pollution Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
File3rd Regional Working Group Report for the Investment Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
File3rd Regional Working Group Report for the Fisheries Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
File3rd Regional Working Group Report for the Ecosystem Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
File3rd Regional Working Group Report for the Biodiversity Component by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
FileProposal and Report Writing Workshop for Environmental Practitioners by admin — last modified May 04, 2010 08:06 AM
The UNDP/GEF Project on “Reducing Environmental Stress in the Yellow Sea Large Marine Ecosystem (YSLME)” organised the “Proposal and Report Writing Workshop for Environmental Practitioners: Keys to Effective Writing” in Ansan, Republic of Korea (ROK), 22-23 October 2007, to strengthen the capacity of government agencies and research organisations to prepare high-quality proposals and reports for securing the integrity and sustainability of environmentally-related research activities that the organisations implement.
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