Ppt on water resources development

1 TOWARDS A GREEN ECONOMY Workshop 5 July 2011 Programme “Sustainable Economic Development and Employment Promotion (EEP)

with similar levels of economic output. Integrated design strategies and technologies are available to improve urban transport, the construction of buildings, and the development of urban energy, water, and waste systems in such a way that they reduce resource and energy consumption and avoid lock-in effects. 64 Green cities The overall vision is to establish a global circular economy in which  material/

by Nilgun B. HARMANCIOGLU Director of SUMER, DEU

on Women (Beijing, 1995) and a reinforcement of UNESCO’s action in favour of women. The objectives are: • to implement national and regional policies which facilitate women’s involvement in water resources development programmes; • to organize training courses at national and at regional level; • to improve south-south co-operation; • to publish learning material; • to/

M1: Water and Sanitation in Regard to the Millennium Development Goals

– but they must also ensure that the needs of poor households are met. Action 7 Within the context of national poverty reduction strategies based on the Millennium Development Goals, countries must elaborate coherent water resources development and management plans that will support the achievement of the Goals. Action 8 Governments and their civil society and private sector partners must support a wide range of/

Water Resource& Policies

strategies and to share the stakeholders to participate in water resources development projects. In this regard, the Law of Promotion of Investment in Water Projects was approved in 2002 and is now effective. 3. Recent Approaches and Water Policies 3. 2. Long-Term Development Strategies for Iran’s Water Resources With respect to the great social and economical development role that water resources have in the country, a code of conduct/

Chapter 14 Resource Issues By Eugene Stanton.

management of natural resources such as wildlife, water, air, and Earth deposits to meet human needs, including food, medicine, and recreation. Conservation differs from preservation, which is maintenance of resources in their present condition, with as little human impact as possible. The concept of preservation does not regard nature as a resource for human use. In contrast, conservation is compatible with development but only if/

Town of Tillsonburg Municipal Strategy November, 2004 Prepared by the Tillsonburg Strategy Development Team: Elaine Balpataky Scot Bolton Craig Brown Peter.

Woodstock in mini soccer fields, baseball diamonds, the number of arena ice pads and the presence of the Water Park.These facilities represent potentially leverageable competitive advantages. Potential weaknesses in terms of appealing to younger families are / communities? If so, where and to what degree? a.Events: To what degree will Tillsonburg invest resources in developing, marketing and executing distinctive events that will successfully and consistently draw tourist traffic? The most efficient mix /

The suitable utilization and Development of the water resources

the clean production mechanism 2. To limit and mitigate the degradation of the water resources due to the unsuitable development and utilization of water resources a. Reduce the demand for water 1) To save water resources used for the irrigation. 2) To reduce the loss of water resources: IV. The measures for the suitable development and utilization of the water resources in Viet Nam - To build the canals and ditches - To upgrade the/

New Development and Challenges in Malaysian Drinking Water Supply

under the jurisdiction of the states. ~Various Federal and State agencies are responsible for water resources development and management – mainly water supply, irrigation and hydropower generation. In Peninsular Malaysia, the total water resources are dominated by the amount of water that flows in surface streams after rainfall. The source of all water is rainfall, with heavy rainfall during the monsoon seasons ~ southwest monsoon in April to May ~ northeast/

Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Chapter 2

and contrast various renewable and nonrenewable natural resources. Students will define food and fiber as renewable resources. Students will identify and compare fuels used in developed and developing nations and identify alternative sources of energy. Earth’s Resources Resources come from the Earth, either in raw form or as material used to make new products. Earth’s resources include organisms, air, water, and soil, as well as materials/

Training Modules: Monitoring and Evaluation of Population, Health and Environment (PHE) Programs MEASURE Evaluation [COMMENTS, NOTES, AND INSTRUCTIONS.

] What Does PHE Stand for? P = Reproductive health, family planning H = Water, sanitation, malaria, vaccines, HIV/AIDS, MCH E = Natural resource management, biodiversity conservation, fisheries management, eco-agriculture Amenable to other sectors +E = Education (non-formal & formal) Energy (fuel-efficient smokeless stoves, biogas) Eco-tourism, sustainable tourism development Enterprise/livelihood development/integrated development Perhaps one of the most important questions is ‘what exactly is PHE/


relationships and operational guidelines is needed to assess the contribution of water management options to the NDGs. Water Resources Development : Sectoral approach Implementing IWRM Water Resources Development : Sectoral approach Water Resources Development : The IWRM Process Implementing IWRM Water Resources Development : The IWRM Process Implementing IWRM Cross-sectoral integration in national policy development Water-related developments within all economic and social sectors are to be taken into/

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. OUTCOME 6 OUTPUTS VS DWS INDICATORS OUTCOME 6 SUB OUTPUT DWS INDICATORS CONTRIBUTING OUTPUT 4: Maintenance and supply availability of our bulk water resources ensured Establish a national water-resources infrastructure agency Development of a comprehensive investment programme for water-resource development, bulk-water supply and wastewater management, assessing requirements to achieve universal access, and prioritize a new dam on the Umzimvubu River Finalise the future institutional arrangements/


National Public Entities listed as Schedule 3A and 3B under PFMA. National Water Resource Strategy-2 Chapter 8 on Water Management Institutions including plan to establish 9 CMAs and Regional Water Utilities Raw Water Pricing Strategy, 2007 Defines Water Resource Management functions to be charged to users and funding framework for CMAs National Development Plan, 2012 Regional Water Utilities, CMAs and National Infrastructure Agency to be created. LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS/

| World Bank Group Support for IWRM in India William Young Lead Water Resources.

–Losses from power inefficiencies & subsidies: $23 B (>1% of GDP) in 2011 HEP is ~12% of electricity production GW pumping (150 BCM) is ~20% of electricity use –only 30% efficient Water and the environment Major environmental degradation due to water resources development/use and land degradation –Imposes high socioeconomic and ecological costs –Major livelihood consequences: subsistence fisheries and agriculture and community WSS/


to the economy and job creation 11 9 Strategic themes 4 5 6 7 10 Water resources planning, development and infrastructure management Water resources protection Water conservation & water demand management Managing water resources for climate change International and trans-boundary water resource management Equitable water use Regulation of the water sector Speaker will indicate that this slide gives a quick view of the Execution 8 12 13 14 15 Institutional arrangements Financing the/

Gender Equity a Concern for Water Management

on land ownership. But they are sometimes excluded due to social recognition that it is the male head who represents the interest of household as a whole. Gendered Priorities for Water Resources Development Gender needs and interests are typically categorized into two areas: Practical Gender Needs (PGN): are linked to daily condition of women’s lives, their immediate environment, workload, and responsibilities. Access/

Land Management Officer Land and Water Development Division

, Eritrea, Somalia 1 2 Link across Lake Victoria basin 1a)Targets farmer groups, extension/facilitators PRA and AGBD study Identify issues for FFS Curriculum development FFS Conduct and evaluation Documenting process and lessons FFS Resource management systems, land & water, Diversification- species, habitat management Soil health, pollination, aquaculture + fishery LInKS Integrating AGBD in FFS activities in Bondo + Mwingi Community appraisal of AGBD situation and/

ITU-T Focus Group on Smart Water Management

Data Unavailability Lack of QoS Outline Water and Economic Development Key Global Water Challenges Water Utilities Stakeholders Challenges Integrated Smart Water Resource Management Roadmap of Smart Water Management Implementation Outline Water and Economic Development Key Global Water Challenges Water Utilities Stakeholders Challenges Integrated Smart Water Resource Management Roadmap of Smart Water Management Implementation Integrated Water Resource Management + Smart ICT Technologies  Integrated Smart/

Sustainable Development: Water Resource Management

are seeking to maximize the stream of social and economic benefits from a limited resource base. Water Resource Management Problems Physical Problems Poorly developed water supply and wastewater treatment facilities. Incomplete water monitoring systems. Water Pricing Problems Lower water prices -> excessive water use in agriculture Organizational Problems Integrated Water Resources Management has not been fully implemented in most of Asia and the Pacific. Asia and the Pacific Region Asia has heavy/

Introduction to IWRM. Economic efficiency Environmental & ecological sustainability Equity IWRM Because of the increasing scarcity of water and financial.

does not undermine the life-support system thereby compromising use by future generations of the same resource.  Effective management of water resources demands a holistic approach.  Finite – HC on average yields a fixed quantity. (1) Fresh water is a finite and vulnerable resource, essential to sustain life, development and the environment. Water Management Principles  Raising awareness among policy- makers and the general public.  Real participation – when stakeholders/

Pr.Ass.Dr. Huynh Thi Lan Huong

Thục, Tran Thanh Xuan, Hoang Minh Tuyen, 2011 Main Contents Impact of climate change on water resources The status quo of water resources management Problems of institutional water resources management in the context of climate change Conclusions and recommendations Institution and Law National Strategy on Water Resources 2020: Protection, effective extraction, sustainable development of water resources is based on national integrated management; improve the efficiency of cooperation, ensuring harmony of/

Integrated Water Resources Management 1. What is IWRM? 2. Why IWRM? 3. Principles 4. The users 5. The process 6. Policy 7. Institutions (Click on the buttons)

been extended to incorporate participatory decision-making. 1. What is IWRM? (2 of 3) NEXT  BACK Management. Management : emphasises that we must not only focus on development of water resources but that we must consciously manage water development in a way that ensures long term sustainable use for future generations. 1. IWRM....for future generations... 1. What is IWRM? (3 of 3) NEXT  BACK 2/

Growth Management-oriented Water Conservation and Reuse: Operationalizing Integrated Watershed and Water Resources Management Policy in Oregon Presented.

for public facilities and services should consider as a major determinant the carrying capacity of the air, land, and water resources of the planning area. The land conservation and development action provided for by such plans should not exceed the carrying capacity of such resources.” (B.5) “Additional methods and devises for achieving desired types and levels of public facilities and services should include/

B. PANDYA Chairman Central Water Commission New Delhi

proper public participation must be pursued. India has not yet reached the level of Water Resources Development as has already been achieved by many developed countries; therefore, there is a need for India to undertake developmental measures along / the persons and to give them flexibility in their functions Draft Guidelines on ‘Integrated Water Resources Development and Management’ are based on National Water Policy,2012 UNESCO Guidelines on IWRM IWRM and Basin Management Theme (Final Statement) available/

Chapter 16- Patterns in Economic Development Chapter 17- Environment.

School of Public Health report notes that “By 2025…one in every three people will live in countries short of water.” A Village Well in Northern India Renewable Resources Water V Up to 80% of disease in developing countries is related to insufficient and unsanitary water supplies. The still waters of tropical rice paddies, like this one in Thailand, are ideal breeding grounds for parasites. Renewable/

Introduction to groundwater resources management

groundwater resources management - Water resources management: intervention objectives Conserve and control water resources + related ecosystems and environment Provide water and maintain water functions according to requirements Maximize total benefits from the resource and allocate them optimally Minimize costs involved in water sector - Introduction to groundwater resources management - Typical evolution in water sector activities Time reconnaissance water resources development water resources management/

Irrigation Engineering CE-404 (3+0)

. A project may consist of one or more structural or non-structural resources. Water resources planning techniques are used to determine what measures should be employed to meet water needs and to take advantage of opportunities for water resources development, and also to preserve and enhance natural water resources and related land resources. The scientific and technological development has been evident during the twentieth century in major fields of engineering. But/

D. Bashir National Water Resources Institute, Kaduna, Nigeria Presentation at the 3 rd Annual International Conference of the African Science Academy Development.

for donor coordination in all countries; 7. Promote public-private partnerships in the development and management of water resources including the local manufacture and distribution of water resources equipment and materials; 8. Support and involve NGOs in all aspects of water resources development and management including advocacy, awareness creation, capacity building and mobilization; 9. Develop rational and implementable energy strategies that integrate various options with emphasis on hydropower and/

NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are the sources which are useful to man or can be transformed into a useful product. Natural resources are classified.

water is easily available to us as usable ground water Types of Fresh Water Resources Fresh water resources may be broadly classified into two types. 1. Surface water. (a) Standing water bodies - Lakes, reservoirs, estuaries. (b) Running water bodies: Streams, rivers. 2. Underground water. Uses of water-Different Types 1. Consumptive Use Here water/to extract the elements The important uses of minerals are as follows. 1.Development of industrial plants and machinery. Examples - Iron, aluminium, copper, etc.,/

Water and Sanitation Issues in Azerbaijan and Measures directed to Enhancement of Equitable Access to Water _______________________ Presented by Dr. Rafig.

the country is also implemented through National Plans, State Programs and Action Plans By the end of 1996, Government of Azerbaijan with support of World Bank, developed National environmental Action Plan, which highlights importance of water resources management and protection. In 2006 by decree of president the State Program on improvement of ecological situation in Azerbaijan has been adopted State Programs On February/

Adopted April 18, 2011. Acknowledgements City of RentonContributing Businesses and Organizations Alex PietschCommunity & Economic Development AdministratorBill.

fees based on impervious surface Reduce water utility fees contingent on proper on-site infiltration or use 63 Findings & Recommendations Mobility, Land Use & Development 65 Five Early Steps toward a Clean Economy The 22 recommendations presented in this strategy address diverse elements of a clean economy: leadership, community engagement, resource efficiency, renewable energy, planning and growth, and economic development. Some actions require partnerships and/

Natural Resources for the future Unit 3 – Part 1 Agriculture Fisheries Forest Water.

it, it is profitable to extract and develop and technology exists to extract. 3 types: –Renewable resources, such as forests, can grow again after people harvest them. –Non-renewable resources, such as minerals like gold and oil, are present on Earth in limited amounts, and when they are used they are gone forever. –Flow resources, such as water and wind, are neither renewable nor non/

World Environment Day 2003 Water - Two Billion People are Dying for It! Developed by Rev. Jason John, Brisbane, on behalf of UnitingJustice Australia for.

will reach unprecedented levels in the years ahead with “growing per capita scarcity of water in many parts of the developing world”, according to a United Nations report made public today. Water resources will steadily decline because of population growth, pollution and expected climate change. The UN’s International Year of Freshwater Official Site (http://www.wateryear2003.org/)http://www.wateryear2003.org/ This /

ASEAN WORKING GROUP ON WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (AWGWRM) Feed back from ASEAN Working Group for “ASEAN IWRM Country Strategy Guidelines IWRM Monitoring.

-related and mutually suporting principals and where watter is concerned will include the sustainable use of water resources, conservations of river’s vitality and diversity, and the continous improvement of its water quality. The National Policy on the Environment has seven green strategies that are directed towards sustainable development. The key areas for the seven green starategies are: Education and Awareness Effective management of/

Earth Observation for Water Management International trends & developments Earth observation applications Business development Capacity building.

water development report volume 1: water and energy volume 2: facing the challenges (UN WATER; 2014) Water-Food-Energy Nexus: towards a widening of the water agenda (FutureWater; 2013) 24 More information: Example Europe Water resources across Europe - confronting water scarcity and drought DPSIR: framework used for water resources management Water exploitation index (ration of annual total water abstraction to available long-term freshwater resources) Action: water pricing, drought management plans, water/

Land, Water, and Air Resources Conserving Land and Soil Waste Disposal and Recycling Water Pollution and Solutions Air Pollution and Solutions Global Changes.

Storage in deep rock layers 30. Scientists have been able to develop completely safe and permanent methods for disposing of radioactive wastes. False Land, Water, and Air Resources Waste Disposal and Recycling 31. How are some radioactive wastes currently/, causing increased flooding. It would affect climate patterns all over the world. Land, Water, and Air Resources Air Pollution and Solutions Key Terms: 1. Fertilizer 2. Development 3. Subsoil 4. Leachate 5. Groundwater 6. Pollutant 7. Pesticide 8.Erosion 9/

Module 4 Strategy for Sustainable Development Kaan Tuncok Izmir, 2015.

) 2Water intensity index ratio compared to GDP and research of evaluation of Water intensity irrigated agriculture production added value compared with water demand for irrigation Preserve water resources3Exploitation index of renewable water resources Achieve Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for access to safe drinking-water and sanitation. 4Proportion of the population with access to safe drinking water (total, urban, rural) with reference to MDGs 5Proportion of the population with/

Creating Wealth from Waste A Business Plan of WLE’s Program on Resource Recovery & Reuse This is still a wordy first draft without much formating or illustrations,

activity clusters ‘Creating Wealth from Waste’ and ‘Safe Wastewater and Excreta Use ‘ the value offering for investors and partners is: -Practical development solutions in the waste based value chain for demand-driven recovery and reuse of nutrient, water and energy resources in different domestic and agro-industrial waste streams as a valuable input for flourishing private and/or public enterprises. This will make/

Results of the project «System analysis and forecast in the field of science and technology» for «Environment and natural resources» sector» Expert group:

food products ▪ Better understanding of structure and dynamics of fresh water systems ▪ Sustainable development of water basins and their exploitation ▪ Water demand management and its fair distribution ▪ Development of planning tools for water resources with landscape environmental planning ▪ Decisions in the field of water economy, processing, treatment, filtering and storage of waste water etc. Land, pasture, forest and fishery resources: ▪ Major approaches for ecologization of modern ways of land use/

Sanjiv de Silva, Aditi Mukherji and Bharat Sharma The Water Sector Policy and Legal Framework in the Indo-Gangetic Basin A cross-country analysis of trends.

to a database.  Searches possible:  by country/State/Province instrumentscontent  by topic country/State/Province content. Searchable Database Instruments that cover (Select one): Water resources development Water resources management Water resources governance Water-related Instruments by Content Back to main menu Water Resources Management: Groundwater management Flood management Drought management Pollution control Watershed management Maintaining environmental integrity Fisheries and aquaculture/

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Landscaping and Review of Approaches and Technologies for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Opportunities for Action Main.

, most usefully in relation to the functional requirements of technologies under a hierarchy of headings. 86 Landscaping of Technologies Five broad headings: Water resources Water supply Water treatment Sanitation Hygiene many proven technologies, some opportunity for technology R&D (research and development), but main need is for cost reduction and improved ease of management technologies could be improved, but main need is for application of/

VISION: MMEWR will be a global leader in the provisions of services in the mineral, energy and water sector for national prosperity. 1 Ministry of Minerals,

leader in the provisions of services in the mineral, energy and water sector for national prosperity. 1 Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources Department of Water Affairs PRESENTATION ON DEVELOPMENTS IN THE WATER SECTOR 09 June, 2011 Theme: “Water for the People and Development; Key priorities and Challenges” 2 3 WATER SECTOR CHALLENGES  Growing spatial mismatch between water resources and water demand, requiring transfer schemes.  High variability of annual run-off/

Populations and the use of Natural Resources Chapter 27.

provide land. – During construction, erosion of topsoil often increases until new landscaping can be established. Urban Development – Concrete and asphalt coverage prevents groundwater supplies from being recharged and increases flooding. – Increasing urbanization / Human Impact on Water Resources This graph illustrates the percentage of total water supplies used for various purposes in the United States. Water Pollution Water-pollution sources are grouped into two main types. Water-pollution sources are /

上海水资源保护基金会 Love Water Resouces Love ourselves. 上海水资源保护基金会 Shanghai Water Resources Foundation 1 The Estabishement Backgroud of the Foudation 2 Brief Introduction.

; through cross-field and cross- knowledge mutual cooperation and creative open-research, "China Green Science and technology report" was written; deepen understanding for promoting the green science and technologys accelerating development. 上海水资源保护基金会 Shanghai Water Resources Foundation Other public-interest activities  Sep 2008, assisted to host the 2008 China international environmental protection, saving energy and new high technology investment negotiation conference  Dec 2008, assisted to/

“Putting HYDRODIPLOMACY in practice: The Transboundary Water Resources case study in GREECE” Prof. Y. MYLOPOULOS & Dr. E. KOLOKYTHA Department of Civil.

 Efficiency  Equity EFFECTIVENESS Integrated river basin approach, as a part of a national strategy for water resources management Incorporates qualitative and quantitative aspects of water by developing transboundary monitoring mechanisms, for controlling and assessing the different water parameters Promotes c ommon water resources development plans through integrated designing of water projects. EFFICIENCY Implementation of a series of economic instruments, and rules for: distribution of costs/

1 Institutional and Legal Aspects of Water Resources Management In Sarawak By Peter Sawal & Justine Jok Jau Natural Resources and Environment Board.

Laos 64,255 6 Major issues affecting water sector in Malaysia Water Resources Dev. Planning High cost of water resources development Catchment development Water quality Flooding Water use efficiency Fragmented management Legislation and Enforcement National Water Policy Cost recovery pricing HRD R&D 7 Water Management Initiatives in Malaysia The World Water Council established a Commission on water for 21 st century to develop actions required for tackling water issues globally and regionally. In 1999/

Water Management https://store.theartofservice.com/the-water-management-toolkit.html.

-miners-play-russian- roulette-with-toxic-water.html https://store.theartofservice.com/the-water-management-toolkit.html Water management 1 Water resource management is the activity of planning, developing, distributing and managing the optimum use of water resources. It is a sub-set of water cycle management. Ideally, water resource management planning has regard to all the competing demands for water and seeks to allocate water on an equitable basis to satisfy all/

1 TOWARDS A GREEN ECONOMY Workshop 5 July 2011 Programme “Sustainable Economic Development and Employment Promotion (EEP)

with similar levels of economic output. Integrated design strategies and technologies are available to improve urban transport, the construction of buildings, and the development of urban energy, water, and waste systems in such a way that they reduce resource and energy consumption and avoid lock-in effects. 64 Green cities The overall vision is to establish a global circular economy in which  material/

1 Overview - U.S. Army Institute for Water Resources Bob Pietrowsky, Director USACE Institute for Water Resources & the International Center for Integrated.

planners Technical and admin support to CECW for the 10 month program aimed at developing cadre of senior-level water resources planners Water Resources Masters Degree Program – Developed in partnership with U.S Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR) Water Resources Masters Degree Program – Developed in partnership with U.S Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR) Initially established at five Universities: Initially established at five Universities: University of Florida University/

Prof. Maria Loizidou National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) “ Water Resources Management: Needs and Prospects” Jordan, Amman,

National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) mloiz@chemeng.ntua.gr “ Water Resources Management: Needs and Prospects” Jordan, Amman, 22/04/2013 1 “ Water Resources Management: Needs and Prospects” Jordan, Amman, 22/04/2013 2 BRAWA Project “Development and implementation of an innovative, brackish water treatment pilot plant for the production of drinking water in communities of Jordan” “ Water Resources Management: Needs and Prospects” Jordan, Amman, 22/04/2013 3/

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