International Waters in Southern Africa
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Opis: International Waters in Southern Africa - United Nations University, Nakayama

Sharing water resources among basin countries is a major topic of discussion for those responsible for managing international water systems. Planned water transfer schemes can result in environmental and security disputes. Southern Africa is one of the world's most critical regions in terms of water management, with a large disparity in availability of water between the relatively wet northern part of the region and the drier south. The first transboundary transfer of water occurred in the Southern African region (WHEN?), between Lesotho and South Africa. Mikiyasu Nakayama was involved in the establishment of a basin-wide management scheme for the Zambesi river system. Political complexities led to many difficulties in the development of the action plan. In the region's new political setting, all countries can now participate in discussions on an equal footing. This change may be interpreted as an opportunity for greater participation, or as the dangerous empowerment of self interest. International Waters in Southern Africa examines both the risks and opportunities for water management in this new political environment. Contributors include Piet Heyns, Carl Bruch, Meredith A. Giordano, Aaron T. Wolf, Kazimierz A. Salewicz, Anthony Turton, Peter Ashton, Munyaradzi Chenje, Abdullahi Elmi Mohamed, Richard Meissner, Zafar Adeel, and Thomas Ballatore.Water-resources management in Southern Africa, Piet Heyns; role of public participation and access to information in the management of transboundary watercourses, Carl Bruch; transboundary freshwater treaties, Meredith A. Giordano and Aaron T. Wolf; institutional aspects of international water-system management, Mikiyasu Nakayama; building the bridge between decision-support tools and decision-making, Kazimierz A. Salewicz; an overview of the hydropolitical dynamics of the Orange River Basin, Anthony Turton; the search for an equitable basis for water sharing in the Okavango River Basin, Peter Ashton; hydropolitics and the quest of the Zambezi River Basin Organization, Munyaradzi Chenje; joint development and cooperation in international water resources, Abdullahi Elmi Mohamed; interaction and existing constraints in international river basins, Richard Meissner; summary of presentations and discussions, Zafa Adeel, Thomas Ballatore, and Meredith Giordano.


Szczegóły: International Waters in Southern Africa - United Nations University, Nakayama

Tytuł: International Waters in Southern Africa
Autor: United Nations University, Nakayama
Producent: United Nations University Press
ISBN: 9789280810776
Rok produkcji: 2003
Ilość stron: 318
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.03 kg


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Sharing water resources among basin countries is a major topic of discussion for those responsible for managing international water systems. Planned water transfer schemes can result in environmental and security disputes. Southern Africa is one of the world's most critical regions in terms of water management, with a large disparity in availability of water between the relatively wet northern part of the region and the drier south. The first transboundary transfer of water occurred in the Southern African region (WHEN?), between Lesotho and South Africa. Mikiyasu Nakayama was involved in the establishment of a basin-wide management scheme for the Zambesi river system. Political complexities led to many difficulties in the development of the action plan. In the region's new political setting, all countries can now participate in discussions on an equal footing. This change may be interpreted as an opportunity for greater participation, or as the dangerous empowerment of self interest. International Waters in Southern Africa examines both the risks and opportunities for water management in this new political environment. Contributors include Piet Heyns, Carl Bruch, Meredith A. Giordano, Aaron T. Wolf, Kazimierz A. Salewicz, Anthony Turton, Peter Ashton, Munyaradzi Chenje, Abdullahi Elmi Mohamed, Richard Meissner, Zafar Adeel, and Thomas Ballatore.Water-resources management in Southern Africa, Piet Heyns; role of public participation and access to information in the management of transboundary watercourses, Carl Bruch; transboundary freshwater treaties, Meredith A. Giordano and Aaron T. Wolf; institutional aspects of international water-system management, Mikiyasu Nakayama; building the bridge between decision-support tools and decision-making, Kazimierz A. Salewicz; an overview of the hydropolitical dynamics of the Orange River Basin, Anthony Turton; the search for an equitable basis for water sharing in the Okavango River Basin, Peter Ashton; hydropolitics and the quest of the Zambezi River Basin Organization, Munyaradzi Chenje; joint development and cooperation in international water resources, Abdullahi Elmi Mohamed; interaction and existing constraints in international river basins, Richard Meissner; summary of presentations and discussions, Zafa Adeel, Thomas Ballatore, and Meredith Giordano.

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Szczegóły: International Waters in Southern Africa - United Nations University, Nakayama

Tytuł: International Waters in Southern Africa
Autor: United Nations University, Nakayama
Producent: United Nations University Press
ISBN: 9789280810776
Rok produkcji: 2003
Ilość stron: 318
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.03 kg


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