Water and Nature Series
The IUCN Water and Nature Initiative (WANI) has worked with 80+ partner organizations across the world to demonstrate water management that supports healthy rivers and communities.
A toolkit series has been developed under WANI:
- to support learning on how to mainstream an ecosystems approach in water resource management;
- it is aimed at practitioners, policy-makers and students from NGOs, governments and academia;
- to build on practical case studies to show how key principles of sustainable water management are implemented in river basins;
- current toolkits cover the management of flows, governance, economics and incentives, and adaptation to climate change.
The series continues to grow and will be complemented by the publication of a comprehensive WANI Synthesis book in 2010.
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|Author(s):||Bergkamp, Ger ; Orlando, Brett ; Burton, Ian; IUCN, Water and Nature Initiative|
|Author(s):||Emerton, Lucy ; Bos, Elroy; IUCN, Water and Nature Initiative|
|Author(s):||Smith, Mark, ed. ; De Groot, Dolf, ed. ; Perrot-Maître, Danièle, ed. ; Bergkamp, Ger, ed.; IUCN, Water and Nature Initiative|
|ISBN:||2-8317-0958-X ; 978-2-8317-0958-1|
|Author(s):||Sadoff, Claudia, ed. ; Greiber, Thomas, ed. ; Smith, Mark, ed. ; Bergkamp, Ger, ed.; IUCN, Water and Nature Initiative|
RULE Case Studies
Rule: reforming water governance
Author(s): Iza Alejandro, Stein Robyn
Series: WANI toolkits
ISBN : 978-2-8317-1027-3