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Adaptation to Climate-change Induced Water stress in the Nile Basin - A vulnerability assessment report

dc.contributor.authorUnited Nations Environment Programme
dc.coverage.spatialCentral Africa
dc.coverage.spatialEast Africa
dc.descriptionThe Nile River Basins rich ecological resources are vital to the 238 million people living in the region. The basins natural environment is the ultimate source of its economic activities (production and consumption) and the sink for disposing of all its waste. At the same time, the Nile Basins human resources are also crucial assets, providing the labour and markets for goods that drive the regional economy. This report illustrates these links between people, the economy and the environment. For example, we learn that the Nile Delta and the wider Mediterranean coast account for 30-40 per cent of Egypt’s agricultural production and more than half of its tourism and industrial base. Water is central to all these activities and processes and must be available in sufficient quantities to meet environmental, consumption and social needs.
dc.subjectriver basin development
dc.subjectriver management
dc.subjectwater conservation
dc.subjectwater endangering
dc.subjectwater management
dc.subjectwater protection
dc.subjectwater resource
dc.subjectenvironmental change
dc.subjectenvironmental assessment
dc.subjectresource conservation
dc.subjectaerial photograph
dc.subjectsatellite image
dc.subjectclimate change
dc.subjectclimate change adaptation
dc.subjectclimate change mitigation
dc.subjectclimate protection
dc.subjectclimate resource
dc.subject.classificationClimate Change
dc.titleAdaptation to Climate-change Induced Water stress in the Nile Basin - A vulnerability assessment report
dc.typeReports, Books and Booklets
wd.identifier.sdgSDG 13 - Climate Action

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