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Keeping the water flowing: SEI helps planners in Bolivia grapple with uncertainty

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Written by Caspar Trimmer and Marion Davis Monday, 09 September 2013 05:44

SEI-2013-news-WWW-Bolivia-sm A toolkit designed to help find 'robust' water supply system solutions amid climate change, rapid urbanization and growing demand for agricultural irrigation was featured in three discussions at World Water Week.
 

Climate and Clean Air Coalition High Level Assembly sets ambitious agenda

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Written by Marion Davis Saturday, 07 September 2013 17:55

SEI-2013-news-CCAC-Oslo-sm SEI’s executive director and policy director joined ministers and senior officials of UN agencies, development banks and NGOs in Oslo in an ‘innovative and solutions-oriented’ dialogue.
   

Protecting the ‘forest commons’: A resource challenge in the Mekong Region

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Written by Rajesh Daniel Friday, 06 September 2013 00:00

SEI-2013-news-Forests-Sumernet-sm A roundtable discussion organized by SEI Asia and SUMERNET focuses on how to sustainably manage forests and woodlands that many depend on for their livelihoods.
 

New agreement links SEI with Korea Environment Institute

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Written by Caspar Trimmer Tuesday, 03 September 2013 21:35

SEI-2013-news-Korea-MOU-sm The document, signed Monday at World Water Week in Stockholm, aims to promote ‘mutually beneficial cooperation in the field of environmental research’.
   

New tool aids targeting of water technologies to boost livelihoods

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Written by Marion Davis Tuesday, 03 September 2013 07:18

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The Targeting AGwater Management Interventions (TAGMI) decision support tool, unveiled at World Water Week in Stockholm, helps planners in Africa find the best options for each location.

   

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