Feedback on the first draft of the Bellagio Principles on Valuing Water (General)

Is the tone of the document appropriate? (urgency, dilemmas, inclusion, action-orientation, language, political versus technical, positive versus negative framing, etc.)

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

To me the document is not focussed enough, very broad politial statements and not innovative in its approach to effect real change. Very politically aware, not very action oriented

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Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Yes. We completely agree with the approach, particularly sharing among all stakeholders the valuing and trading of water. We should do more social marketing of water

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Sutardi 10 months ago

urgency

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

yes

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

There should be distinct emphasis on providing opportunities for public participation (and representation) in water management

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

Yes

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I appreciate the tone of the document. It is futuristic and pragmatic.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

The tone of the document is appropriate. It could benefit from a bit more elaboration on the urgency ("why now?") as well as to the pertinence ("what does this add to what is already out there?") questions.

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

YES

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

The initial paragraph nicely lays out the complexities and contributions of water, but is too focused on people. It is important at the outset of this document to acknowledge that all planetary life forms, and not only humans, depend on having access to

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Action oriented

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

I believe the document presents key issues in a very simplified manner that can easily be used to convey the views of the panel to delineate short- and long- term key actions to preserve the right of access to water for sustainable development. However, a

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Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

I believe the document presents key issues in a very simplified manner that can easily be used to convey the views of the panel to delineate short- and long- term key actions to preserve the right of access to water for sustainable development. However, a

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Action oriented

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

The initial paragraph nicely lays out the complexities and contributions of water, but is too focused on people. It is important at the outset of this document to acknowledge that all planetary life forms, and not only humans, depend on having access to

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Yes

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

YES

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

The tone of the document is appropriate. It could benefit from a bit more elaboration on the urgency ("why now?") as well as to the pertinence ("what does this add to what is already out there?") questions.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I appreciate the tone of the document. It is futuristic and pragmatic.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

Yes

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

There should be distinct emphasis on providing opportunities for public participation (and representation) in water management

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

urgency

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Yes. We completely agree with the approach, particularly sharing among all stakeholders the valuing and trading of water. We should do more social marketing of water

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Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

To me the document is not focussed enough, very broad politial statements and not innovative in its approach to effect real change. Very politically aware, not very action oriented

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Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

I believe the document presents key issues in a very simplified manner that can easily be used to convey the views of the panel to delineate short- and long- term key actions to preserve the right of access to water for sustainable development. However, a

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Action oriented

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

The initial paragraph nicely lays out the complexities and contributions of water, but is too focused on people. It is important at the outset of this document to acknowledge that all planetary life forms, and not only humans, depend on having access to

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Yes

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

YES

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

The tone of the document is appropriate. It could benefit from a bit more elaboration on the urgency ("why now?") as well as to the pertinence ("what does this add to what is already out there?") questions.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I appreciate the tone of the document. It is futuristic and pragmatic.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

Yes

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

There should be distinct emphasis on providing opportunities for public participation (and representation) in water management

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

urgency

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Yes. We completely agree with the approach, particularly sharing among all stakeholders the valuing and trading of water. We should do more social marketing of water

  0     0
Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

To me the document is not focussed enough, very broad politial statements and not innovative in its approach to effect real change. Very politically aware, not very action oriented

  0     0
Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

I believe the document presents key issues in a very simplified manner that can easily be used to convey the views of the panel to delineate short- and long- term key actions to preserve the right of access to water for sustainable development. However, a

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Action oriented

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

The initial paragraph nicely lays out the complexities and contributions of water, but is too focused on people. It is important at the outset of this document to acknowledge that all planetary life forms, and not only humans, depend on having access to

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Yes

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

YES

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

The tone of the document is appropriate. It could benefit from a bit more elaboration on the urgency ("why now?") as well as to the pertinence ("what does this add to what is already out there?") questions.

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I appreciate the tone of the document. It is futuristic and pragmatic.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

Yes

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

There should be distinct emphasis on providing opportunities for public participation (and representation) in water management

  0     0
martina Zupan 10 months ago

yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

urgency

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Yes. We completely agree with the approach, particularly sharing among all stakeholders the valuing and trading of water. We should do more social marketing of water

  0     0
Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

To me the document is not focussed enough, very broad politial statements and not innovative in its approach to effect real change. Very politically aware, not very action oriented

  0     0
Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

I believe the document presents key issues in a very simplified manner that can easily be used to convey the views of the panel to delineate short- and long- term key actions to preserve the right of access to water for sustainable development. However, a

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Action oriented

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

The initial paragraph nicely lays out the complexities and contributions of water, but is too focused on people. It is important at the outset of this document to acknowledge that all planetary life forms, and not only humans, depend on having access to

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Yes

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

YES

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

The tone of the document is appropriate. It could benefit from a bit more elaboration on the urgency ("why now?") as well as to the pertinence ("what does this add to what is already out there?") questions.

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I appreciate the tone of the document. It is futuristic and pragmatic.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

Yes

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

There should be distinct emphasis on providing opportunities for public participation (and representation) in water management

  0     0
martina Zupan 10 months ago

yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

urgency

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Yes. We completely agree with the approach, particularly sharing among all stakeholders the valuing and trading of water. We should do more social marketing of water

  0     0
Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

To me the document is not focussed enough, very broad politial statements and not innovative in its approach to effect real change. Very politically aware, not very action oriented

  0     0
Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

I believe the document presents key issues in a very simplified manner that can easily be used to convey the views of the panel to delineate short- and long- term key actions to preserve the right of access to water for sustainable development. However, a

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Action oriented

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

The initial paragraph nicely lays out the complexities and contributions of water, but is too focused on people. It is important at the outset of this document to acknowledge that all planetary life forms, and not only humans, depend on having access to

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Yes

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

YES

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

The tone of the document is appropriate. It could benefit from a bit more elaboration on the urgency ("why now?") as well as to the pertinence ("what does this add to what is already out there?") questions.

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I appreciate the tone of the document. It is futuristic and pragmatic.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

Yes

  0     0
Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

There should be distinct emphasis on providing opportunities for public participation (and representation) in water management

  0     0
martina Zupan 10 months ago

yes

  0     0
Sutardi 10 months ago

urgency

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Yes. We completely agree with the approach, particularly sharing among all stakeholders the valuing and trading of water. We should do more social marketing of water

  0     0
Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

To me the document is not focussed enough, very broad politial statements and not innovative in its approach to effect real change. Very politically aware, not very action oriented

  0     0
Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

I believe the document presents key issues in a very simplified manner that can easily be used to convey the views of the panel to delineate short- and long- term key actions to preserve the right of access to water for sustainable development. However, a

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Action oriented

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

The initial paragraph nicely lays out the complexities and contributions of water, but is too focused on people. It is important at the outset of this document to acknowledge that all planetary life forms, and not only humans, depend on having access to

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Yes

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

YES

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

The tone of the document is appropriate. It could benefit from a bit more elaboration on the urgency ("why now?") as well as to the pertinence ("what does this add to what is already out there?") questions.

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I appreciate the tone of the document. It is futuristic and pragmatic.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

Yes

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

There should be distinct emphasis on providing opportunities for public participation (and representation) in water management

  0     0
martina Zupan 10 months ago

yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

urgency

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Yes. We completely agree with the approach, particularly sharing among all stakeholders the valuing and trading of water. We should do more social marketing of water

  0     0
Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

To me the document is not focussed enough, very broad politial statements and not innovative in its approach to effect real change. Very politically aware, not very action oriented

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shailendra Tiwari 3 months ago

yes

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Arturo Constante 3 months ago

Quite vague not defining basic sustainable goals neither use performace

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