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Water Rights 2  

Water Rights and Water Allocation: Issues and Challenges for Asia

As governments across Asia are searching for ways to increase water security for rural and urban water uses, the need to articulate water rights and improve water allocation practices is rapidly becoming a priority issue to them.

Published by: Asian Development Bank - Author: Jemery Bird,
Published on: Jan 2009 - Uploaded on: Jan 2014
File size: 594 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Climate Change , Environment , water
Category: Environment

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The Asia-Pacific Regional Process for the 7th World Water Forum

The final report of the Asia-Pacific regional process for the 7th World Water Forum is now online! There, you will find details on initiatives taken by the Asia-Pacific regional water stakeholders on water resources management and distribution.More information can be found on the APWF website.

Published by: The Secretariat of the Asia-Pacific Water Forum - Author: The Secretariat of the Asia-Pacific Water Forum,
Published on: Jun 2015 - Uploaded on: May 2016
File size: 1.3 MB - Language: English
Keyword(s): water , development of cooperation , trans-boundary rivers
Category: Economy

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Preparing the Third GMS Corridor Towns Development Project

With the upgrading of the Asian Highway, it is expected that regional trade and economic activities will increase along the GMS East-West Economic Corridor, which extends from Da Nang in Viet Nam, through the Lao PDR and Thailand to the coast of Myanmar.

Published by: Asian Development Bank - Author: Asian Development Bank,
Published on: May 2016 - Uploaded on: May 2016
File size: 573 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Regional cooperation and integration , water , urban development
Category: Economy

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Asian Water Development Outlook 2016

Despite this progress, enormous challenges in water security remain.Asia is home to half of the world’s poorest people.Water for agriculture continues to consume 80% of water resources.A staggering 1.7 billion people lack access to basic sanitation.

Published by: Asian Development Bank - Author: Asian Development Bank,
Published on: Aug 2016 - Uploaded on: Oct 2016
File size: 4.9 MB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Agriculture , water , water security
Category: Climatology/Meteorology/Atmosphere

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