Managing Water Scarcity in the Mediterranean
NRW Performance Based Contracting
MENA: Towards Leadership of the Global Water Security Agenda
Dealing with water scarcity and drought: EU policies and regulations
Procuring Desalination Infrastructure and Services
Non Conventional Water Resources Management in the Mediterranean
North Africa Perspectives
Governance & Financing for the Mediterranean Water Sector: A snapshot
CMI Water Hub Meeting: Minutes
The Water Hub Consultation Meeting
Dec 05, 2016 / Highlight
Representatives from the AFD, CIHEAM, Plan Bleu, the World Bank Water Global Practice convened in the CMI Water Hub to discuss the World Bank MENA Regional Water Security Initiative and to welcome CIHEAM into the Water Hub.
The Rationale :
The CMI Water Hub gathers partners working in the water sector in the Mediterranean in order to engage...
Promoting Sustainable Agricultural Water Management Policies in The Mediterranean Region
Regional Water Security Initiative
Agenda: Regional Mediterranean Workshop on Desalination, Non Revenue Water Reduction and Public-Private Partnership under Water Scarcity
Regional Mediterranean Workshop on Desalination, Non Revenue Water Reduction and Public-Private Partnership under Water Scarcity
Nov 17, 2016 / Highlight
Context and Rationale
Currently almost a quarter of humanity live in countries of physical water scarcity, and this number may double in the next two decades. The challenge is particularly acute in the Mediterranean region, which is both the most water scarce region in the world and one of the most urbanized.
Faced with dwindling resources and...
Local and Regional Government Can Play a Pivotal Role in the Mediterranean Climate Agenda
Oct 26, 2016 / Blog entry
Local and Regional Governments (LRG) Possess the Advantage of Making Proposals Globally
The structure of LRG and the lobbying power they possess allows them to be better positioned on an international level. With the Global Task Force, a consortium of associations in which the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) has a leading role,...
How to Become a Greenz Climate Champion
Oct 20, 2016 / Library
Why toolkits on climate change? In Grenada, the science, geography and social studies curriculum includes some components of climate change and environmental stewardship. However, only limited resources are available for educators to get students actively involved in the topic of climate change. This Grenada-specific toolkit includes a lot of...
Management of Groundwater Resources as Common Goods
Sep 26, 2016 / Library
Synthesis report including i) a presentation of the theoretical background of common-pool resources management and the main instruments available, with emphasis on decentralized, local-level solutions as elaborated by Elinor Ostrom (Nobel Prize 2009) and her followers, and ii) a series of groundwater management case studies from Northern and...
Summer School on Sustainable Development Goals: Water as Key Development Factor in the Mediterranean
Jun 06, 2016 / Highlight
In light of the economic, social and environmental challenges that have become key characters to planet Earth in the early 21st century, the North and South scientific and academic communities have a specific role to play through contributing to the global knowledge advancements and promotion of relevant research to achieve the...
No Country Alone
May 17, 2016 / Library
No Country Alone, a new documentary on climate change in the Mediterranean region, produced by the European Union funded ClimaSouth project, was launched on 2 March at the European Parliament. The documentary examines, in the aftermath of the historical Paris agreement, the reality of climate change through the experiences of ordinary...
Ad-Hoc Expert Meeting on Water Program - Presentation 2
Ad-Hoc Expert Meeting on Water Program - Presentation 1
Ad-Hoc Expert Meeting on Water Program - Presentation 3
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