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Record number 414224
Title Comparitive assessment of the vulnerability and resilience of 10 deltas, synthesis report
Author(s) Bucx, T.; Marchand, M.; Makaske, B.; Guchte, C. van de
Source Delft-Wageningen : Deltares (Delta Alliance report nr. 1) - ISBN 9789490070397 - 100
Department(s) ALT - CL - Landschap Systemen
Publication type Book or proceedings aimed at a professional audience (editor)
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) delta's - waterbeheer - internationale samenwerking - klimaatverandering - amerika - afrika - azië - nederland - deltas - water management - international cooperation - climatic change - america - africa - asia - netherlands
Categories Water Management (General)
Abstract The proposed framework for delta assessment and especially the scorecards are intended to enhance awareness raising, discussion and prioritization on most relevant delta issues, in each delta but also in comparison with other deltas. This should lead to more efficient and effective (multi-sectoral) policy formulation, management design and implementation, in concrete Delta plans, pilot-projects and (research) programmes. The target groups are all stakeholders who are involved in delta management at different levels and with different interests (government, private companies, NGOs, public), and who wish to contribute to the resilience of their own delta and other deltas worldwide.
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