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Climate change and WASH services delivery : is improved WASH governance the key to effective mitigation and adaptation? : perspective paper, prepared for the 5th World Water Forum

Perspective document written as input into the 5th World Water Forum, in which an attempt is made to lay out IRC’s understanding of climate change impacts in the sector, and implications for adaptation measures. Rather than considering these impacts in isolation, the paper considers climate change as one of many important and uncertain external factors that can have a profound direct or indirect effect on WASH services delivery. It discusses whether improved WASH governance can play a role in dealing with these uncertainties enhance in climate change adaptation efforts.

TitleClimate change and WASH services delivery : is improved WASH governance the key to effective mitigation and adaptation? : perspective paper, prepared for the 5th World Water Forum
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsBatchelor, C., Schouten, T., Smits, S., Moriarty, P., Butterworth, J.
Pagination9 p. : fig., tab.
Date Published01/2009
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsclimate, impact assessment, institutional aspects, integrated approach, policies, sanitation, sdipol, water resources management, water supply
Abstract

Perspective document written as input into the 5th World Water Forum, in which an attempt is made to lay out IRC’s understanding of climate change impacts in the sector, and implications for adaptation measures. Rather than considering these impacts in isolation, the paper considers climate change as one of many important and uncertain external factors that can have a profound direct or indirect effect on WASH services delivery. It discusses whether improved WASH governance can play a role in dealing with these uncertainties enhance in climate change adaptation efforts.

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