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Climate Change and Water Resources Planning, Development, and Management in Zimbabwe : An Issues Paper

WATER QUALITY SUPPLY OF WATER WATER ALLOCATION LOCAL AUTHORITIES ORGANIC MATTER USE OF WATER WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL RENEWABLE WATER RESOURCES QUALITY OF WATER SAFE DRINKING WATER CHOLERA OUTBREAK AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION WATER SECTOR OWNERSHIP OF WATER WATER SYSTEMS SECTORAL WATER MERCURY WATER QUALITY MONITORING URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT GOOD GOVERNANCE WATER SUPPLY WATER RESOURCE CONSERVATION OF NATURE RIVER BASINS DOMESTIC WATER DECISION MAKERS URBAN WATER SURFACE WATER FLOOD MANAGEMENT WATER ALLOCATIONS ARID AREAS WEIRS FLOOD PROTECTION SAFE WATER DAM CONSTRUCTION NUTRIENTS ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RURAL WATER WATER CONSUMPTION WATER RESOURCES HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE NATIONAL WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION MANAGEMENT OF GROUNDWATER ALGAL BLOOMS WASTEWATER TREATMENT NATIONAL WATER RESOURCES WATER CONTAMINATION WATER MANAGEMENT CLIMATIC CONDITIONS LARGE DAMS ALLOCATION OF WATER WATER PRICING RIPARIAN COUNTRIES WATER QUALITY PROTECTION WATER QUALITY PROBLEMS RURAL WATER SUPPLY WATER TREATMENT CONTAMINANTS IN WATER CONTAMINANTS CIVIL SOCIETY WATER MANAGEMENT AGENCIES METEOROLOGICAL STATIONS WATER USE WATER MANAGING WATER RESOURCES LAND USE CHANGE DOMESTIC USES WATER GOVERNANCE WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE SEWERAGE SYSTEMS GROUNDWATER QUALITY RIPARIAN STATES WATER SCARCITY WATER ABSTRACTION WASTEWATER SUPPLY SERVICE DELIVERY SAFE WATER SUPPLY COLLECTION OF WATER IRRIGATORS CONSUMPTIVE USES WATER REUSE ANNUAL RAINFALL HAND PUMPS AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS CLIMATE VARIABILITY WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS WASTE WATER SURFACE WATERS DEGRADATION OF GROUNDWATER FRESH WATER HYDROPOWER POTENTIAL GROUNDWATER USE CLIMATE CHANGE WATER QUANTITY WATER MANAGERS DROUGHT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT WATER USES SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLY DOWNSTREAM USERS RIVER BASIN DEMAND FOR WATER CLIMATE DATA CATCHMENT COUNCILS WATER DEMAND SOLID WASTE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS WATER POLICY CATCHMENT LEVEL SURFACE WATER RESOURCES FLOOD RISK DECISION MAKING AVAILABLE WATER RESOURCES HYDROPOWER PRODUCTION RIVERS INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES CLIMATE CHANGES AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES SURFACE RUNOFF FLOOD FORECASTING WASTE DISPOSAL CITY COUNCIL WATER RIGHTS WELLS LOCAL COMMUNITY WATER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITIES WATER AVAILABILITY DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY SEWAGE TREATMENT SANITATION SERVICES IRRIGATION SYSTEMS EFFICIENT USE OF WATER DRINKING WATER LOCAL COMMUNITIES WATER SAVINGS URBAN WATER SUPPLY NATIONAL WATER POLICY WATER USERS ARID REGIONS LEAKAGE REDUCTION NUTRIENT LOADS SECTORAL POLICIES CLEAN WATER FLOOD CONTROL POLLUTION CONTROL ASSESSMENT OF GROUNDWATER IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT CATCHMENT AREA MANAGEMENT OF WATER DEMAND MANAGEMENT WATER INFRASTRUCTURE GROUNDWATER RESOURCES RIVER CATCHMENT WATER AUTHORITIES WATER DEPARTMENT GROUNDWATER DEVELOPMENT GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT WATER RATES WATER CONSERVATION WATER DISTRIBUTION EFFICIENT WATER USE AVAILABLE WATER SERVICE PROVIDERS SANITATION FACILITIES
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Washington, DC
Africa | Zimbabwe
2016-04-19T22:14:45Z | 2016-04-19T22:14:45Z | 2014-04-25

This Issues Paper, requested by the former Ministry of Water Resources Development and Management as a recommendation of the National Water Policy (NWP), will contribute to the National Climate Change Response Strategy (NCCRS) by examining opportunities for adaptation to climate change in the water resources sector, using both structural and non-structural measures. It uses models to provide preliminary estimates of the possible impacts of climate change in 2050 and 2080 on these water resources. A number of opportunities to adapt to these impacts are discussed. Many of these adaptation opportunities constitute no-regrets actions, in that they are actions that are worth undertaking in their own right, irrespective of the severity of impacts from climate change.

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