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Title: Clean energy and water : an assessment of services for adaptation to climate change; final assessment report
Authors: Bravo, Gonzalo
Girardin, Osvaldo
Gortari, Sebastián
Lallana, Francisco
Nadal, Gustavo
Keywords: ARGENTINA
ARID AND SEMI-ARID AREAS
EL NINO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION PHENOMENON (ENSO)
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY
CLIMATE CHANGE
WATER SECURITY
FOOD SECURITY
AGROPASTORAL SYSTEM
GROUNDWATER
Date: 2011
Publisher: Fundación Bariloche
Abstract: Integrated management of water resources is complex, and burdened by the provincial nature of water resource management. Considering the subsistence economies that characterize rural poor populations also constitute one of their main barriers, and that productivity will be affected by drier conditions, a main objective of an adaptation strategy would involve achieving an increase in income through a redefinition of productive activities. An adequate adaptation strategy to climate change induced water stress would include measures such as: diversification of water supply sources, increased water storage facilities, and implementation of efficient and rational water use.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48565
Project Number: 106298
Project Title: Clean Energy and Water : an Assessment of Services for Adaptation to Climate Change
Access: Open Access
Copyright: IDRC
License: IDRC is copyright holder
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