3 edition of Potential climate changes and sustainable water management found in the catalog.
Potential climate changes and sustainable water management
by Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Centre on Geophysical Methods and Observations for Sustainable Development in Warszawa
Written in English
|Statement||editor Małgorzata Liszewska.|
|Series||Publications of the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences -- 377. -- E -- 4|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2008/43310 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||2006461339|
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Water-scarce countries need a radical re-thinking of water resource planning and management that includes the creative exploitation of a growing set of viable but unconventional water resources for food production, livelihoods, ecosystems, climate change adaption, and sustainable Physical risks: Scientists have developed climate models to forecast the frequency, intensity, and location of these impacts from climate change over time. Piloting research from Wellington Management and Woods Hole Research Center, we're researching potential links between these models and financial risks and opportunities to develop investment :// /climate-change.
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Both climate’s impact on agriculture and agriculture’s contributions to climate change were considered, including changes to water availability, changes to food crop productivity, and changes in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions driven by food production. Anticipated impacts vary from the very direct—e.g.
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It is vital for reducing the global burden of. This book discusses the science, causes, impacts and risk reduction strategies for climate change and disasters. It focuses on the use of traditional knowledge, new innovation and education to build a culture of safety and resilience at all levels in order to promote sustainable development goals in general and disaster risk reduction in :// Water Facts Climate Change, Water, and Risk: Current Water Demands Are Not Sustainable Climate change will have a significant impact on the sustainability of water The future adequacy of freshwater resources is difficult to assess, owing to a complex and rapidly changing geography of water supply and use.
Numerical experiments combining climate model outputs, water budgets, and socioeconomic information along digitized river networks demonstrate that (i) a large proportion of the world's population is currently experiencing water stress and (ii) rising