Water Management

Water resource management is the activity of planning, developing, distributing and managing the optimum use of water resources. It is an aspect of water cycle management. Water is essential for our survival. The field of water resources management will have to continue to adapt to the current and future issues facing the allocation of water. With the growing uncertainties of global climate change and the long-term impacts of management actions, the decision-making will be even more difficult. It is likely that ongoing climate change will lead to situations that have not been encountered. As a result, alternative management strategies are …

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“They’ll run you over anyhow”: The impacts of the mine in Kaunisvaara …

SEI · 26 April 2021 English

This report presents the impacts of the Kaunis iron mine on Muonio Sámi Reindeer Herding District in Sweden. The report is in Swedish, with a summary in English.

org/featured/new-recommendations-for-better-water-management-in-the-baltic-sea/ https://www.sei.org/pu United States New recommendations for better water management in the Baltic Sea Feature Water Land Economy org/featured/new-recommendations-for-better-water-management-in-the-baltic-sea/ https://www.sei.org/featured/ org/featured/new-recommendations-for-better-water-management-in-the-baltic-sea/ https://www.sei.org/pu


Strengthening MSME Cluster Ecosystem Through Institutional Network of Enterprise Development Centers: Draft …

ADB · 25 April 2021 English

Program safeguard systems assessments are prepared under results-based lending programs to assess positive and negative impacts and risks related to the environment, resettlement, and indigenous peoples. This document dated April …

drainage, domestic and industrial waste-water management) to MSMEs. The RBL program will also finance


Irrigated Agriculture Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2020)

ADB · 22 April 2021 English

Environmental monitoring reports describe the environmental issues or mitigation measures of a project. This document dated April 2021 is provided for the ADB project 51159-002 in Cambodia.

Operation and Maintenance OFWM On-farm Water Management PPE Personal Protective Equipment PPIS construction waste and both grey / black water management) for all 3 package remains insufficient with


Small Dam Safety

World Bank Group · 22 April 2021 English

remains an engine of rural growth and poverty reduction in developing countries. Agricultural water management (AWM) can change the lives of millions of people by improving yields, reducing risks linked

consultancy report on small dams by an International Water Management Institute (IWMI) team led by Winston Yu and reduction in developing countries. Agricultural water management (AWM) can change the lives of millions of improvement districts responsible for irrigation water management including small dams/ponds that are not subject regulation. In the China case, the local water management bureau provides technical advice and training institutional and social aspects of irrigation water management, 21 case studies more specifically reviewed


Energy, Groundwater, and Crop Choice

NBER · 22 April 2021 English

Groundwater is a key resource for agricultural production globally. Increasingly rapid aquifer drawdowns—as well as the policies intended to increase their sustainability—increase costs to agricultural producers, with unknown consequences. This …

imply that California’s forthcoming ground- water management efforts have the potential to yield the substantial


Tailings Storage Facilities

World Bank Group · 22 April 2021 English

commonly referred to as tailings dams) and associated works and are designed to contain tailings (residue following extraction of valuable material from metal ore processing) and to manage associated water However, TSFs have historically suffered more problems than water storage dams. Internationally, TSFs have a historical long-term average of more than one major incident or failure per year.

be designed with closure in mind. •• Water management during operation is required to balance the pressures resulting from a loss of control of the water management and ineffectiveness of drainage systems failures include: •• Poor design •• Poor water management and lack of control of the water balance and pipelines, access roads, and associated water management infrastructure. 4. Operations and ongoing infrastructure such as pipelines, changes to water management or treatment, and recontouring or revegetation


Tailings Storage Facilities

World Bank Group · 22 April 2021 English

commonly referred to as tailings dams) and associated works and are designed to contain tailings (residue following extraction of valuable material from metal ore processing) and to manage associated water However, TSFs have historically suffered more problems than water storage dams. Internationally, TSFs have a historical long-term average of more than one major incident or failure per year.

must be designed with closure in mind. • Water management during operation is required to balance the pressures resulting from a loss of control of the water management and ineffectiveness of drainage systems. failures include: • Poor design • Poor water management and lack of control of the water balance and tailings pipelines, access roads, and associated water management infrastructure. 4. Operations and ongoing infrastructure such as pipelines, changes to water management or treatment, and recontouring or revegetation


Small Dam Safety

World Bank Group · 22 April 2021 English

remains an engine of rural growth and poverty reduction in developing countries. Agricultural water management (AWM) can change the lives of millions of people by improving yields, reducing risks linked

consultancy report on small dams by an International Water Management Institute (IWMI) team led by Winston reduction in developing countries. Agricultural water management (AWM) can change the lives of millions of improvement districts responsible for irrigation water management including small dams/ponds that are not subject regulation. In the China case, the local water management bureau provides technical advice and training institutional and social aspects of irrigation water management, 21 case studies more specifically reviewed


Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project (Additional Financing): Namthouam District, Luang Prabang …

ADB · 20 April 2021 English

Resettlement plans provide an assessment and measures, as well as time-bound actions and budgets, for projects with involuntary resettlement. This document dated April 2021 is provided for the ADB project …

implementation.  Output 2: Improved nonrevenue water management and water supply development.  Output 3:


Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project (Additional Financing): Viengkham Subproject Resettlementn Plan

ADB · 20 April 2021 English

Resettlement plans provide an assessment and measures, as well as time-bound actions and budgets, for projects with involuntary resettlement. This document dated April 2021 is provided for the ADB project …

implementation.  Output 2: Improved nonrevenue water management and water supply development.  Output


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