Groundwater policy and planning

Grönwall, Jenny, Kjellén, Marianne, Eckstein, Gabriel, Danert, Kerstin, Witmer, Lesha, Welling, Rebecca, Re, Viviana, Davis, Katharina and Zhang, Lulu, "Groundwater policy and planning" in The United Nations World Water Development Report 2022: GROUNDWATER: Making the invisible visible ed. Connor, Richard (Paris: UNESCO, 2022), 155-162.

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  • Author Grönwall, Jenny
    Kjellén, Marianne
    Eckstein, Gabriel
    Danert, Kerstin
    Witmer, Lesha
    Welling, Rebecca
    Re, Viviana
    Davis, Katharina
    Zhang, Lulu
    Book Editor Connor, Richard
    Chapter Title Groundwater policy and planning
    Book Title The United Nations World Water Development Report 2022: GROUNDWATER: Making the invisible visible
    Publication Date 2022
    Place of Publication Paris
    Publisher UNESCO
    Start page 155
    End page 162
    Language eng
    Abstract Groundwater policy defines objectives, ambitions and priorities for managing groundwater resources, for the benefit of society. Planning translates policy into programmes of action. Both are often part of a wider water resource policy and planning framework, but the specific challenges pertaining to groundwater have traditionally received less attention than surface water. The terms "policy", "strategy" and "plans" are used interchangeably in many countries and contexts.
    UNBIS Thesaurus GROUNDWATER
    Copyright Holder UNESCO
    Copyright Year 2022
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789231005077
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