Targets

1.4.1 National policies for disaster risk reduction and resilience

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1.4.1 “By 2015, 100 countries have adopted a national policy for disaster risk reduction and resilience and made it a local priority with a strong institutional basis for implementation.”

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3.2.2 Assessment and responses strategies of specific product categories’ water footprint

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3.2.2 “By 2013, the water footprint impact and response strategies of a number of specific product categories as produced or consumed in a number of specific regions (in particular in water scarce areas) have been quantified and assessed”

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MED 1.2 Improving the water productivity of rainfed and irrigated agriculture

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By 2015/2020, Mediterranean country has set its own national objectives for improving the water productivity of rainfed and irrigated agriculture, in the framework of an integrated water and food-security strategy, and defined/implemented measures for achieving their objectives in the short, medium and long term

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1.2.2 Access to appropriate wastewater collection and treatment

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1.2.2 “Reduce by 20% by 2020 in 10 countries the percentage of urban people whose wastewater is neither collected nor treated properly.”

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2.3.2 Best Available Technologies on desalination

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2.3.2 “By 2015, XX leading desalination companies commit to apply a guide of Best Available Technologies”

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1.5.2 Agreements related to transboundary surface and/or groundwater

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1.5.2Increase the number of new agreements and revise/enhance the quality of existing agreements related to transboundary surface and/or groundwater.”

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Am1.2 By 2020, at least half of the countries have decreased the existing gap in access to water services and to wastewater treated by 50%.

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Am1.2 By 2020, at least half of the countries have decreased the existing gap in access to water services and to wastewater treated by 50%.

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2.4.2 Boost innovations

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2.4.2 “Returns from public and private investments in innovative, eco-efficient technologies and (re)building of natural capital to supply ecosystem services are quantified, so as to create the evidence needed for XX% growth in these investments by 20yy, based on outcomes for poverty reduction and jobs growth”

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1.3.2 Incorporation of Water Safety Framework into national water resources strategies

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1.3.2 “By 2018, 50 countries have incorporated the water safety framework into their national water resources strategies, with a view to ensuring a coordinated and integrated water safety approach for drinking-water, the management and use of wastewater, and the management of recreational waters and water for irrigation.”

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1.4.2 Monitoring disaster risk and developing an early warning system

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1.4.2 “By 2015, 50 countries have identified, assessed and monitored disaster risk and developed an early warning system.”

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