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Rainwater harvesting: a lifeline for human well-being



livre Jan 2009 ; 80 pages
Aut. Jennie Barron
Ed.
SEI - Stockholm UN Environment - Nairobi ; Isbn: 978-92-807-3019-7
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Abstract:
The report highlights the potential of rainwater harvesting as a way to create synergies in landscape management and human well-being. The report explains how rainwater harvesting can serve as an opportunity to enhance ecosystem productivity, thereby improving livelihoods, human well-being and economies.
Contents:
1 Introduction: Rainwater harvesting as a way to support ecosystem services and human well-being
2 Background: The water component of ecosystem services and in human well-being development targets
3 Rainwater harvesting for management of watershed ecosystems
4 Rainwater harvesting in the management of agro-eco systems
5 Forests working as rainwater harvesting systems
6 Rainwater harvesting for water security in rural and urban areas
7 Rainwater harvesting providing adaptation opportunities to climate change
8 Summary of chapters and case studies
9 Key messages and suggestions

Mot clef:

eau de pluie (collecte d') (DT) (OP)

Editeurs/Diffuseurs:

SEI - Stockholm Environment Institute - Stockholm - Suède
    

UN Environment - United Nations Environment Programme - Nairobi - Kenya
    

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