International Waters learning Exchange & Resource Network

The document library includes a wide array of outputs from projects (reports, presentations, case studies, terms of reference) as well as other content of interest to GEF International waters. Project managers and GEF International Waters staff are invited to give their feedback or submit case studies, ToRs, or other documentation to be included in the document library (info@iwlearn.org)

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Filter: Economic Valuation
29 Oct 2019 - English Benefit Sharing- Session 4
This session looks at a case study, the Lessons from the Sio-Malaba-Malakisi, and how benefit sharing principles were applied to the basin
29 Oct 2019 - English Benefit Sharing- Session 3
This session focused on negotiating water agreements, the types of agreements and a practical exercise
29 Oct 2019 - English Benefit Sharing- Session 2
This session focused on building scenarios, the Benefit Opportunity Analysis Tool (BOAT), and the exercise demonstrating scenarios without cooperation and with cooperation.
29 Oct 2019 - English Benefit Sharing- Introduction
Principles, concepts and applications
17 Oct 2019 Source to Sea Guide
The guide presents a general approach that can be used at all levels and can be adapted to the local context. The guide is intended to be a companion to existing project design, planning and implementation methods. It is expected that users of thi...
17 Oct 2019 Source-to-Sea Framework for Marine Litter Prevention: Preventing Plastic Leakage from River Basins
This report presents a framework for preventing marine litter based on the source-to-sea conceptual framework presented in Granit et al., 2017 and the practitioners’ guidance for implementing the source-to-sea approach in Mathews et al., 2019. Add...
17 Oct 2019 - publication - English Economic Development and Coastal Ecosystem Change in China
AUTHORS: Qiang He, Mark D. Bertness, John F. Bruno, Bo Li, Guoqian Chen, Tyler C. Coverdale, Andrew H. Altieri, Junhong Bai, Tao Sun, Steven C. Pennings, Jianguo Liu, Paul R. Ehrlich and Baoshan Cui ABSTRACT: Despite their value, coastal ecosy...
17 Oct 2019 - publication - English Dynamic Flood Modeling Essential to Assess the Coastal Impacts of Climate Change
AUTHORS: Patrick L. Barnard, Li H. Erikson, Amy C. Foxgrover, Juliette A. Finzi Hart, Patrick Limber, Andrea C. O’Neill, Maarten van Ormondt, Sean Vitousek, Nathan Wood, Maya K. Hayden and Jeanne M. Jones ABSTRACT: Coastal inundation due to se...
17 Oct 2019 - publication - English Ecosystem Services Sustainability in the Mediterranean Sea: Assessment of Status and Trends Using Multiple Modelling Approaches
AUTHORS: Camino Liquete, Chiara Piroddi, Diego Macías, Jean-Noël Druon and Grazia Zulian ABSTRACT: Mediterranean ecosystems support important processes and functions that bring direct benefits to human society. Yet, marine ecosystem services a...
17 Oct 2019 - publication - English Ecosystem-Based Marine Spatial Management: Review of Concepts, Policies, Tools and Critical Issues
AUTHORS: Stelios Katsanevakis, Vanessa Stelzenmüller, Andy South, Thomas Kirk Sørensen, Peter J.S. Jones, Sandy Kerr, Fabio Badalamenti, Christos Anagnostou, Patricia Breen, Guillem Chust, Giovanni D’Anna, Mike Duijn, Tatiana Filatova, Fabio Fiore...
13 Sep 2019 - English [LME6] Summary Report
The Sixth Consultative Committee Meeting on Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs) was held from 23 to 30 March 2004. The Consultation was convened by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, the US Department of Commerce’s National...
13 Sep 2019 - English [LME5] Summary Report
The Fifth Consultative Committee Meeting on Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs) was held on 3-4 March 2003. The consultation was convened by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, the US Department of Commerce’s National Oceani...
10 Sep 2019 - English [IWC8] Pillar 3 - Reporting back: Crosscutting and Thematic Learning Working Groups
Presented at the 8th GEF Biennial International Waters conference.
10 Sep 2019 - English [IWC8] Pillar 2 - Reporting back: Crosscutting and Thematic Learning Working Groups
Presented at the 8th GEF Biennial International Waters conference.
10 Sep 2019 [IWC8] SDGs 6 & 14: Big Challenges - Big Opportunities?
A visionary remarks by Andrew Hudson, UN Development Programme (UNDP), during the 'Views from participating country policymakers on achieving water, ocean and related SDGs' session at the 8th GEF Biennial International Waters conference.
25 Jun 2019 - report - project: 4690 - English [CCRES] Progress update: Informing fisheries management and marine spatial planning
A progress update on the marine spatial planning and marine reserve network design activities, including expansion of the FISH-BE model. Published in January 2016.
23 May 2019 - report - project: 2746 - English [Nutrient Reduction/Best Management Practice] Danube River Enterprise Pollution Reduction Project (DREPR)
The objective of this project is to reduce nutrient loads discharged into the Danube River and its tributaries from livestock farms (i.e.,pig and cattle farms) as well as slaughter houses.
23 May 2019 - report - project: 2746 - English [Nutrient Reduction/Best Management Practice] Bosnia and Herzegovina - Water Quality Protection Project
The goal of the project is to further strengthen the capacity of local utilities and to reduce the amount of pollution discharged into the rivers Neretva and Bosna from municipal sources.
23 May 2019 - report - project: 2746 - English [Nutrient Reduction/Best Management Practice] Bulgaria - Sustainable Land Management Project
The overall goal of the project was to enhance capacity for preventing land degradation and establish a coherent and sustainable land management policy that contributes to protecting ecosystem health, integrity, functions and services, while promo...
23 May 2019 - report - project: 2746 - English [Nutrient Reduction/Best Management Practice] Bulgaria - Developing a Model for Sustainable Water and Waste Management for Rural Areas in Bulgaria
The Earth Forever Foundation has implemented the project in two villages in the municipality of Stara Zagora. All stakeholders (representatives of the government and the local government, experts, young people, villagers, NGOs etc.) participated i...

 

 

 

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