New policy brief: Lessons learned from transboundary aquifer cooperation and management in Southern Africa

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization – Intergovernmental Hydrological Programme (UNESCO-IHP) has been implementing the project titled ‘Governance of Groundwater Resources in Transboundary Aquifers’ (GGRETA). There were STAS and RAMOTSWA Lessons Learnedthree phases of the project – Phase 1 (2013–2015), Phase 2 (2016–2019), and the current Phase 3…

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The Mekong Delta region aims to increase transboundary aquifer cooperation through a new multi-partner project

The Mekong River Basin is enormous, covering 790,000 km2. The traditional focus has been on surface water resources, with a legacy of international diplomacy around infrastructure development and finding best options to harvest and harness the critical ecosystem services and surface water resources for the six countries sharing the Mekong…

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