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Balancing water stress, human crises and innovation under a changing dryland climate



article Dec 2016 ; 4 pages
Aut. Jaafar Hadi & Diane Machayekhi & Diane Archer & Ihab Jomaa & Elie Mansour & Hassan Machlab & Caroline King-Okumu
Ed. IIED - London
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Abstract:
During 2016, IIED explored the intersection of international environmental and crisis agendas in the context of Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, with the help of international, national and local practitioners. Findings confirm that strategic planning to avoid water stress is more difficult during crises. Nevertheless, new opportunities are also created. This briefing summarises
recommendations by IIED and Lebanese partners following a series of in-depth analyses, discussion and reflections.
Contents:
1- Moving beyond crisis management in the Bekaa Valley
2- Viewing resilience through an environmental lens
3- Exploring three intersecting agendas in the Bekaa
4- Conclusions
5- Next steps

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Tout public

Mots clefs:

climat (CI) (DT) (OP) , humanitaire, urgentiste (CI) (DT) (OP)

Pays concerné:

Liban (CI) (DT) (OP)

Editeur/Diffuseur:

IIED - International Institute for Environment and Development - London - Royaume Uni
    

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