Watershed Management Documents

Watershed Management ResearchA Review of IDRC Projects in Asia and Latin America  

Watershed Management ResearchA Review of IDRC Projects in Asia and Latin America

This report highlights insights from recent watershed projects of the Minga and Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) Program Initiatives of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC).


Uploaded on: Feb 2009
File size: 986 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Impact of Watershed Management Technology and Development Programme in Tikamgarh District of Madhya Pradesh (India)  

Impact of Watershed Management Technology and Development Programme in Tikamgarh District of Madhya Pradesh (India)

The present study attempts to examine the "Impact of watershed management technology and development programme in Tikamgarh District of Madhya Pradesh (India)".


Uploaded on: Feb 2006
File size: 42 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Impact Monitoring , Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Community Based Agroforestry Practices for Watershed Management in the Philippine Uplands: Lessons Learned from the Landcare Experience.  

Community-Based Agroforestry Practices for Watershed Management in the Philippine Uplands: Lessons Learned from the Landcare Experience.


Published by: World Agroforestry Center -
Uploaded on: Aug 2009
File size: 52 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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RRA Report of Two Communes in the Se San Watershed  

RRA Report of Two Communes in the Se San Watershed


Published by: Regional Environmental Technical Assistance 5771 - Poverty Reduction & Environmental Management in Remote Greater Mekong Subregion Watersheds Project -
Uploaded on: Nov 2004
File size: 384 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Research , Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Linking Poverty Reduction and Water Management  

Linking Poverty Reduction and Water Management

The basic contention advanced, and supported through reference to a wide range of case studies, is that water management is a good investment: not only can it contribute to poverty reduction, but it can do so in ways that are affordable and, in many cases, generate wealth.

Published by: Poverti-Environment Partnership -
Uploaded on: Jan 2009
File size: 1002 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Payments for Environmental Services: Some Nuts and Bolts  

Payments for Environmental Services: Some Nuts and Bolts

Payments for environmental services (PES) are part of a new and more direct conservation paradigm, explicitly recognizing the need to bridge the interests of landowners and outsiders.Eloquent theoretical assessments have praised the absolute advantages of PES over traditional conservation approaches.


Uploaded on: Feb 2006
File size: 733 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Financial Mechanisms And Incentives , Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Watershed Management and Land Use Planning  

Watershed Management and Land Use Planning


Published by: GTZ - German Agency for Technical Cooperation, Division 425 -
Uploaded on: Feb 2006
File size: 59 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Capacity Building , Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Watershed Management Resource Kit  

Watershed Management Resource Kit

This is the first edition of the Mekong River Commission?s Watershed Management Resource Kit.The Resource Kit is the most comprehensive source of information and knowledge about watershed management that is available in the Mekong Basin to date.The Resource Kit has six modules: 1.


Uploaded on: Feb 2011
File size: 288 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Capacity Building , Enabling Regulations , Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Paying for Water ServicesWorkshop for a New Markets for a Green Economy, Teresopolis, 24 26 March, 2001.  

Paying for Water ServicesWorkshop for a New Markets for a Green Economy, Teresopolis, 24-26 March, 2001.

This presentation tackles the problem of compensation for water service to land users.Its principle is that if we need water service to grow up, we should pay for it.

Published by: World Bank -
Uploaded on: Feb 2006
File size: 133 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Financial Mechanisms And Incentives , Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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