Water and Conflict Resolution Series
International Hydrology Series
Side publications of the World Water Development Report Series
CLIMATE CHANGES, WATER SECURITY AND POSSIBLE REMEDIES FOR THE MIDDLE EAST
By Jon Martin Trondalen, for UNESCO-PCCP
Side publications Series, Scientific Paper, 2009
This report explores the relationship between climate change and water vulnerability, looking more closely at the Middle East – it also indicates some remedies in certain selected cases.
UPDATING THE INTERNATIONAL WATER EVENTS DATABASE
By Lucia De Staefano, Lynette de Silva, Paris Edwards and Aaron T. Wolf, Program for Water Conflict Management and Transformation, Oregon State University, for UNESCO-PCCP
Side publications Series, Dialogue Paper, 2009
This paper describes the use of event data in the assessment of hydropolitical relations, and investigates reported events of conflict and co-operation in relation to international water resources over the last 60 years.
TRANSBOUNDARY WATER MANAGEMENT - PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE New!
Edited by Anton Earle, Anders Jägerskog and Joakim Öjendal
The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) launched on the first day of the Stockholm World Water Week a book entitled "Transboundary Water Management – Principles and Practice".
This book, prefaced by the Director General of UNESCO, is the first to bring together in a concise and accessible way all of the main topics to be considered when managing transboundary water. It is largely based on a long running and tested international training programme run by SIWI and partners on this topic.
WATER POLICY AND LAW, AN EVOLVING NEXUS New!
Edited by Slavko Bogdanovic
Faculty of Law of the University Business Academy in Novi Sad
Faculty of Sciences of the University of Novi Sad
On 25-28 March 2009 PCCP co-organized with the University of Novi Sad a workshop on “Law of Water Management in the Mediterranean – Past, Present, Future” at the European University Institute (EUI) Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) 10th Mediterranean Research Meeting, Montecatini Therme, Italy. The papers presented at this workshop are gathered in a new publication entitled ‘Water Policy and Law, an Evolving Nexus’ consisting of eleven specific case studies mainly from all over the Mediterranean region.
NEW PERSPECIVES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF WATER PROJECTS: MODELS AND APPLICATIONS FROM 8 TRANSBOUNDARY PROJECTS New!
Edited by Emeline Hassenforder, Pierre Daniel, Benjamin Noury
La Guilde des créateurs de Mondes
The increasing complexity in the water environment and in water projects strongly questions the effectiveness of traditional water management methods. This book suggests a new approach for the management of water projects that integrates the principles of sustainability, multidimensionality, measurability, comprehensiveness and unpredictability. These principles are presented in two different parts: firstly, through a scientific approach suggesting a new methodology for the management of water projects and secondly, through pragmatic examples of challenges and key success factors experienced in eight transboundary water projects. Its aim is to provide water managers and decision-makers with pragmatic approaches for tackling the complexity of water projects.