Targets

1.5.3 Cooperation mechanisms for joint management of transboundary aquifers

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1.5.3By 2020, develop or improve cooperation mechanisms for joint management of transboundary aquifers considering the UNGA Resolution 63/124 on the Law of Transboundary Aquifers.”

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Am2.1 By March 2012, carry out an inventory of water-related climate change adaptation experiences in the Americas

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Am2.1 By March 2012, carry out an inventory of water-related climate change adaptation experiences in the Americas, be they public policies, laws, projects, programs, or other activities, and local, national or supra-national in scope.

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MED 2.1 Integrating non-conventional water resources within the national water resources planning

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Water resources planning in all the countries of the Mediterranean region should include the assessment and contribution of non conventional resources, considering possible impacts on the environment, economy, health and energy

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2.2.3 Sustainably increase water productivity and lower costs of water management

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2.2.3 “Increase sustainable productivity and lower costs of water management (yield per ha, per m3 of water and per unit production cost) in such a way that by year 2025 there is food security at affordable prices for al”

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2.3.3 Isolated communities are powered by affordable energy sources

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2.3.3 “By 2020, xx% of the water systems (new or existing) for isolated (off-grid) communities are powered by affordable energy sources and are resilient to volatile energy prices”

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3.3.3 Scenario based Global Water Outlook

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3.3.3. By 2015, a next  scenario-based Global Water Outlook is published based upon the results of collaborative work on scenario development and modelling  by several internationally renowned applied research institutions with outlooks at global, regional and local levels

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3.1.3 Reducing nutrients inputs and pollution

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3.1.3 “By 2015, each country will set a quantitative target, with an agenda, on reducing nutrient inputs and pollution from urban wastewater effluent and land-based activities, supported by a national prioritization decision to protect and enhance the quality of water for human well-being and to support the sustainability of water resources and ecosystems. The target will be supported by strategic multi-stakeholder collaboration and by increasing scientific and technical cooperation at the international level”

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CS.1.3 River basin management plans

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CS1.3. By 2021, increase by 30% the number of river basin management plans (analysis of initial status and main issues)021, increase by 30% the number of river basin management plans (analysis of initial status and main issues)

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AR3. Develop, in the medium term (by 2020), alternative and practical solutions for using non conventional water with focusing on the use of renewable energy in water desalination and water treatment for meeting the increasing water demand.

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1.1.3 Global urban access to safe water

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1.1.3 “By 20xx, ensure that the global urban population without access to safe water decreases by x%, with special attention to the poor.”

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