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Non-Conventional Water Resources, and in particular Rainwater Harvesting, as a cost effective practice for water availability and climate change adaptation at local level in water scarce Mediterranean communities

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A Non-Conventional Water Resources (NCWR) Programme in the Mediterranean is implemented by the Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean (GWP-Med) and partner institutions, organisations and companies with Coca Cola as a key collaborator. It aims at advancing the use of NCWR and in particular of traditional Rainwater Harvesting (RWH), combined with and improved by innovative techniques and methods, in water scarce communities in the Mediterranean, as a cost effective method for water availability and climate change adaptation at local level. 

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Climate Change Adaptation through Innovative Solutions to Cope water Shortage in Jordan Valley-Palestine

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Improve and develop technologies such as desalination by using renewable energy, reuse of wastewater for artificial recharge and flood water harvesting to increase water supply and to increase energy efficiency. Those techniques will be used in small-scale and at several suitable locations and clusters that are really suffering from water shortage problem in Jordan Valley. In addition, reallocation management will be considered in parallel to the implementation stage.

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