5 edition of Water for people, water for life found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 539-542) and index
|Statement||World Water Assessment Programme|
|Series||The United Nations world water development report|
|LC Classifications||TC405 .W67 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 576 p. :|
|Number of Pages||576|
|ISBN 10||9231038818, 1571816275, 1571816283|
|LC Control Number||2003044400|
Each chapter ends with a comprehensive list of related references, as well as useful web water for life book. Sandra Postel and Brian Richter: explain the value of healthy rivers to human and ecosystem health; describe the ecological processes that support river ecosystems and how they have been disrupted by dams, diversions, and other alterations; consider the Water for people basis for determining how much water a river needs; examine new management paradigms focused on restoring flow patterns and sustaining ecological health; assess the policy options available for managing rivers and other freshwater systems; explore building blocks for better river governance Sandra Postel and Brian Richter offer case studies of river management from the United States the San Pedro, Green, and MissouriAustralia the Brisbaneand South Africa the Sabiealong with numerous examples of new and innovative policy approaches that are being implemented in those and other countries. In recent years, however, scientific research has underscored the idea that the ecological health of a river system depends not on a minimum amount of water at any one time but on the naturally variable quantity and timing of flows throughout the year. His science background coupled with experience gained in community development and appropriate water technology projects has equipped him to work in places like Indonesia, Brazil, Kiriibati, and Kosovo.
The book is an explosive rethinking of Water for people future that could save the planet. In their bid to meet soaring demand, cities are going deeper into ground water sources and farther to surface water sources, at costs - including environmental costs - which are clearly unsustainable. Finally, the report outlines a set of conclusions and recommendations to guide future action and encourage sustainable use, productivity and management of our increasingly scarce freshwater resources. We owe much to Maude Barlow, a great Canadian and a leading global voice for public water. The scenario [Barlow] presents is scary. To the north, South Sudan has seen an incredible 40 years of war and suffering between the Arab north and the black south.
Many different interests are at stake and equitable solutions must be found: between cities and rural areas, rich and poor, arid lands and wet lands, public and private, infrastructure Water for people natural environments; mainstream and marginal groups, local stakeholders and centralized authorities. When these flows are disrupted by dam or river diversions, plant and animal populations become vulnerable, some even driven to extinction. Wastewater must be recycled so that pollution is minimized. It presents exciting and inspirational information for anyone concerned with water policy, planning and management, river conservation, freshwater biodiversity, or related topics.
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Richter explained further, "It is not just about minimum [river] flows, it is a much more complicated matter.
It assesses progress in 11 challenge areas, water for life book health, food, environment, shared water resources, cities, industry, energy, risk management, knowledge, valuing water and governance. He has brought expertise to community development projects in South East Asia and the Pacific.
Andrew West Dr. Somehow capacity must be increased to meet this demand, and at the same time production and use of energy must be made more efficient. The WWDRs also water for life book the findings of case study development projects initiated in different geographic regions of the world.
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Human beings Water for people learn to respect the resource base on which life ultimately depends and to see land and water as two sides of the same coin. Drafted by Jennifer Kaczor.
It moves the debate about sustainability beyond water management issues and into processes of political, social and institutional change.
Sandra Postel and Brian Richter: explain the value of healthy rivers to human and ecosystem health; describe the ecological processes that support river ecosystems and how they have been disrupted by dams, diversions, and other alterations; consider the scientific basis for determining how much water a river needs; examine new management paradigms focused on restoring flow patterns and sustaining ecological health; assess the policy options available for managing rivers and other freshwater systems; explore building blocks for better river governance Sandra Postel and Brian Richter offer case studies of river management from the United States the San Pedro, Green, and MissouriAustralia the Brisbaneand South Africa the Sabiealong with numerous examples of new and innovative policy approaches that are being implemented in those and other countries.
He has worked with Water for Life since its inception in and regularly leads seminars in water, aquaculture and permaculture. Focusing on solutions, she includes stories of struggle and resistance from marginalized communities, as well as government policies that work for both people and the planet.
Building on the conclusions of the first WWDR, the Report provides an assessment of freshwater resources in all regions and most countries of the world as it tracks progress towards the water-related targets of the UN Millennium Development Goals.
However, mechanisms for doing so are not always in place, even if decentralization and the increasing involvement of civil society are worldwide trends.
While acknowledging the grave crisis caused by a lack of drinking water and sanitation on human health, Postel and Richter related that this book is an attempt to provide a 21st century approach to river and watershed management and water allocation for policymakers and scientists and to educate the general public on the equally grave crisis facing plant and animal species, including humans, that depend on watershed ecosystems.
To the north, South Sudan has seen an incredible 40 years of war and suffering between the Arab north and the black south. Water is not a resource put here for our convenience, pleasure and profit but the source of all life.
Priorities in developed and developing countries may be very different. First officially formulated at the Rio Earth Summit ofthey have been restated or expanded since then.
Proposing methodologies and indicators for measuring sustainability, it lays the foundations for regular, system-wide monitoring and reporting by the UN, together with the development of standardized methodologies and data. Fortunately, she also proposes what must be done to prevent the corporate control of water.
Many countries agree that good governance means allowing every sector of society to participate in the decision-making process and that the interests of all stakeholders should be taken into account.
Sixteen case studies look at typical water resource challenges and provide valuable insights into different facets of the water crisis and management responses. Animals and plants, landscapes and wetlands need clean water too.
When these flows are disrupted by dam or river diversions, plant and animal populations become vulnerable, some even driven to extinction. With this report, WWAP is aiming to show where systems are failing, and to provide the information needed for efficient and effective capacity-building throughout the world.
Audience members expressed concern that by setting a specific amount of water for ecosystem services, could both encourage unnecessary water use up to that level in the present as well as set a target that could be difficult to raise in the future, if it were determined that not enough water was set aside for ecosystem services.
Environmental Change and Security Program Book Launch: Rivers for Life: Managing Water for People and Nature Authors of the new book Rivers for Life joined a Wilson Center audience to discuss how the disruption of natural river flows by large dams and river diversions is causing a worldwide crisis in river health and the loss of valuable ecosystem services.
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The problems are exacerbated through drought in many parts of the world. The scenario [Barlow] presents is scary.
Rivers for Life presents a global perspective on the challenges of managing water for people and nature, with a concise yet comprehensive overview of the relevant science, policy, and management issues.
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Water for people are thus at the water for life book of our book’s mission – taking stock for people and planet. This chapter offers an overview of the concept of indicators and of the World Water Assessment Programme’s (WWAP’s) construction of a base upon which future indicators can be further developed.
The 1st edition of this report, Water for People, Water for Life, was launched on World Water Day (22 March ) at the 3rd World Water Forum in Kyoto, Japan.
The targeted audience WWDR1 is targeted to all those involved in the formulation and implementation of water-related policies and investment strategies, as well as to professionals at all levels.Apr 01, · Book description: Pdf world's freshwater resources are coming under growing pressure through such environmental hazards as human waste, urbanization, industrialization, and pesticides.
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