Searching with a thematic focus on Water in climate change, Climate change, Environment
Showing 31-40 of 145 results
The status of agricultural water use, access, and productivity in the Limpopo Basin — opportunities for poverty alleviationFood, Agriculture and Natural Resource Policy Analysis Network, 2010The Limpopo River Basin is home to 14,000,000 people, at least half of whom live in rural areas. Over ten million South Africans live in the basin - nearly 25% of the national population. The remaining population live in Botswana - one million people, nearly 60% of the national population - Mozambique and Zimbabwe.DocumentSecretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme, 2014On all islands in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) rainwater is the primary source of freshwater, putting the country at high risk from droughts. The water sector was therefore chosen by the RMI Government to benefit from the Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) project which has been working since 2008 to increase the country’s resilience to drought events.DocumentAfrican Centre for Constructive Resolution of Disputes, 2000Within the context of the South, water security does not simply translate into economic development, but also food security, and the very survival of states and their citizens. Under these circumstances, it is hardly surprising that the World Commission on the Environment and Development (WCED) has concluded that such resource conflicts are likely to increase as those resources become scarcer.DocumentInternational Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, (ICIMOD), Nepal, 2012This publication, the third module of a resource manual to support the training of planners and practitioners in managing flash flood risk, deals with structural measures. It presents bioengineering techniques, physical measures for slope stabilisation and erosion control, and physical measures for river training.Document
Environmental livelihood security in Southeast Asia and Oceania: a water-energy-food-livelihoods nexus approach for spatially assessing changeInternational Water Management Institute, 2014This document addresses the need for explicit inclusion of livelihoods within the environment nexus (water-energy-food security). The authors present a conceptualisation of ‘environmental livelihood security’, which combines the nexus perspective with sustainable livelihoods.DocumentEnergy Research Centre, 2014This paper highlights that while water is scarce in South Africa, the exploitation of energy technologies requires water and choices of energy technologies should take into account water scarcity. It argues that water requirements are not well integrated into decision-making processes for selecting energy technologies.DocumentTrade and Industrial Policy Strategies, South Africa, 2012There has been a global shift in the way that water provision for urban water use is viewed. Governments are increasingly choosing to invest in environmental health. By protecting river systems, governments can reduce management costs.DocumentInternational Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, (ICIMOD), Nepal, 2014This book presents seven research papers and a note drawing on the final technical reports of eight projects which support knowledge generation and dissemination on the rivers of the greater Himalayas. These are preceded by a synthesis of the key findings of the research papers.DocumentSouth African Water Research Commission, 2014Hydropower is highlighted as the most important energy source in Mozambique and many other countries in southern Africa. Substantial hydropower development is planned for the Lower Zambezi for the next decades, with regional importance due to integration into the Southern African Power Pool.Document
Nexus Nirvana or Nexus Nullity? A dynamic approach to security and sustainability in the water-energy-food nexusSTEPS Centre, Institute of Development Studies, 2014STEPS Centre working paper proposing a dynamic approach to security and sustainability in the water-energy-food nexus.