Global Water Partnership launches new publications at World Water Week 2012

Posted: 2012-08-21

AMCOW President, Minister for Water Resources and Irrigation, Egypt and GWP Executive Secretary launch the Technical Background Document on World Water Week, 27 August 2012.

GWP Perspectives Paper

Groundwater Resources and Irrigated Agriculture – making a beneficial relation more sustainable

Perspectives Paper on GroundwaterGlobally, irrigated agriculture is the largest abstractor and predominant consumer of groundwater resources. In many arid and drought-prone areas, unconstrained use is causing serious aquifer depletion and environmental degradation. This new GWP publication argues for cross-sector dialogue and an integrated vision because of the close links among agricultural irrigation, surface water and groundwater resources.

Technical Focus Paper

Water Demand Management: The Mediterranean Experience

Technical Focus PaperA water crisis is a reality in many Mediterranean countries, threatening economic growth and livelihoods. This Technical Focus Paper is prepared with the aim of making the region’s Water Demand Management knowledge and experience accessible to policymakers and others around the world. It provides a picture of the Mediterranean’s cooperation process and presents examples of implementing WDM in selected Mediterranean countries.

Technical Background Document

Water Security and Climate Resilient Development: Technical Background Document

Technical Background PaperThe Technical Background Document to the Strategic Framework for Water Security and Climate Resilient Development outlines a detailed approach to help users identify and develop no/low regrets investments, integrate these into development plans, programs and processes, and influence future investments and economic development programs so they become more resilient to climate change and variability.

New GWP Technical Background Paper No 16

Addressing Escalating Urban Water Demands

TEC 16Growing competition, conflicts, shortages, waste and degradation of water resources make it imperative to rethink conventional concepts – to shift from an approach that attempts to manage different aspects of urban water cycle in isolation to an integrated approach supported by all stakeholders. This GWP Technical Committee Background paper (No. 16) discusses different aspects of the urban water cycle and demonstrates how an integrated approach can contribute to water security.

All publications can be found in the Global Water Partnership exhibition booth B03:33 at the World Water Week 26-31 August 2012.

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