Water

An integrated Toolbox for a climate-proof management of water resources through sustainable land-use management. Released the toolbox designed and developed in the framework of the Interreg Central Europe TEACHER-CE project. The CMCC is partner of the project.
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This note provides quick practical tips to integrate environment and climate change aspects in policy, investment and capacity-development measures on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, as a part of integrated water resource management. 
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The following note provides quick practical tips for policy, investment and capacity-development interventions, matched to local contexts, which aim to mainstream environmental and climate change aspects within management of water resources.
The Mekong River Commission (MRC) Secretariat has renewed its call for the six Mekong countries to urgently address regional low flows, water fluctuations and drought as the Lower Mekong River experiences record low flows for the third consecutive year.
Most scientists researching California's extreme weather events have focused their investigations on the last decade and predict a more tumultuous future. But new research finds that increasing extreme weather trends began half a century ago.
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This retrospective study examined the spatial effects of El Niño and vulnerability on cholera in Peru across the epidemic period of 1991 to 1998.
Under climate change, droughts in Australia will become more frequent and severe. Drinking water supplies, and water crucial for irrigation and the environment, will dwindle again.
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Current adaptation finance flows to Africa are insufficient to meet growing adaptation needs on the continent. This report provides an overview of existing adaptation finance flows in Africa and identifies opportunities to increase the volume and efficacy of that finance.
Adaptation offers a portfolio of robust and multipurpose measures for reducing risk and generating social capital in the realm of water management.
The principle behind rainwater collection is to conserve water. The benefits include meeting ever-increasing demand and reducing flooding. During extremely hot days, collected rainwater serves as an alternative water source.