Examples/cases of valuing water

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

yes

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

no

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Sutardi 10 months ago

Just describe the principles with relevant cases, so there will additional principle if the cases are comprehensive enough

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I would suggest use of Geospatial Intelligence as a basic technique to resolve water conflicts.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Yes, it seems that the principles could benefit from more elaboration on who should take care of these processes.

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Valuing water group is doing very well with consultations on valuing water.

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

As noted above, I feel the values principles (what is important) need to be married with ethical principles (Given our values, what practical actions should we take?). I see the value principles as providing a foundation for developing a set of ethical p

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Please refer to sections 6a and 8b for the suggestions.

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Alexandra 7 months ago

Yes. First of all, there should be an ACTION, not just talking or producing loads of reports about the importance of water. Nobody reads these reports or reads it but nothing is done. We keep receive financial support from UN or any other organizations bu

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Alexandra 7 months ago

Yes. First of all, there should be an ACTION, not just talking or producing loads of reports about the importance of water. Nobody reads these reports or reads it but nothing is done. We keep receive financial support from UN or any other organizations bu

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Please refer to sections 6a and 8b for the suggestions.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

As noted above, I feel the values principles (what is important) need to be married with ethical principles (Given our values, what practical actions should we take?). I see the value principles as providing a foundation for developing a set of ethical p

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Valuing water group is doing very well with consultations on valuing water.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Yes, it seems that the principles could benefit from more elaboration on who should take care of these processes.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I would suggest use of Geospatial Intelligence as a basic technique to resolve water conflicts.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Principle 4: Promote education and public advocacy... and somewhere along the line - ... instil the care for water and the environment... Principle 2: to add somewhere along the line - to provide opportunities for public participation...

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

Principles are OK, problem is on governemntal level decision making.

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Sutardi 10 months ago

Just describe the principles with relevant cases, so there will additional principle if the cases are comprehensive enough

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

no

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

yes

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Alexandra 7 months ago

Yes. First of all, there should be an ACTION, not just talking or producing loads of reports about the importance of water. Nobody reads these reports or reads it but nothing is done. We keep receive financial support from UN or any other organizations bu

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Please refer to sections 6a and 8b for the suggestions.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

As noted above, I feel the values principles (what is important) need to be married with ethical principles (Given our values, what practical actions should we take?). I see the value principles as providing a foundation for developing a set of ethical p

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Valuing water group is doing very well with consultations on valuing water.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Yes, it seems that the principles could benefit from more elaboration on who should take care of these processes.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I would suggest use of Geospatial Intelligence as a basic technique to resolve water conflicts.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Principle 4: Promote education and public advocacy... and somewhere along the line - ... instil the care for water and the environment... Principle 2: to add somewhere along the line - to provide opportunities for public participation...

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

Principles are OK, problem is on governemntal level decision making.

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Sutardi 10 months ago

Just describe the principles with relevant cases, so there will additional principle if the cases are comprehensive enough

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

no

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

yes

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Alexandra 7 months ago

Yes. First of all, there should be an ACTION, not just talking or producing loads of reports about the importance of water. Nobody reads these reports or reads it but nothing is done. We keep receive financial support from UN or any other organizations bu

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Please refer to sections 6a and 8b for the suggestions.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

As noted above, I feel the values principles (what is important) need to be married with ethical principles (Given our values, what practical actions should we take?). I see the value principles as providing a foundation for developing a set of ethical p

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Valuing water group is doing very well with consultations on valuing water.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Yes, it seems that the principles could benefit from more elaboration on who should take care of these processes.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I would suggest use of Geospatial Intelligence as a basic technique to resolve water conflicts.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Principle 4: Promote education and public advocacy... and somewhere along the line - ... instil the care for water and the environment... Principle 2: to add somewhere along the line - to provide opportunities for public participation...

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

Principles are OK, problem is on governemntal level decision making.

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Sutardi 10 months ago

Just describe the principles with relevant cases, so there will additional principle if the cases are comprehensive enough

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

no

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

yes

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Alexandra 7 months ago

Yes. First of all, there should be an ACTION, not just talking or producing loads of reports about the importance of water. Nobody reads these reports or reads it but nothing is done. We keep receive financial support from UN or any other organizations bu

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Please refer to sections 6a and 8b for the suggestions.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

As noted above, I feel the values principles (what is important) need to be married with ethical principles (Given our values, what practical actions should we take?). I see the value principles as providing a foundation for developing a set of ethical p

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Valuing water group is doing very well with consultations on valuing water.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Yes, it seems that the principles could benefit from more elaboration on who should take care of these processes.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I would suggest use of Geospatial Intelligence as a basic technique to resolve water conflicts.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

---

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Principle 4: Promote education and public advocacy... and somewhere along the line - ... instil the care for water and the environment... Principle 2: to add somewhere along the line - to provide opportunities for public participation...

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

Principles are OK, problem is on governemntal level decision making.

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Sutardi 10 months ago

Just describe the principles with relevant cases, so there will additional principle if the cases are comprehensive enough

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

no

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

yes

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Alexandra 7 months ago

Yes. First of all, there should be an ACTION, not just talking or producing loads of reports about the importance of water. Nobody reads these reports or reads it but nothing is done. We keep receive financial support from UN or any other organizations bu

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Please refer to sections 6a and 8b for the suggestions.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

As noted above, I feel the values principles (what is important) need to be married with ethical principles (Given our values, what practical actions should we take?). I see the value principles as providing a foundation for developing a set of ethical p

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Valuing water group is doing very well with consultations on valuing water.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Yes, it seems that the principles could benefit from more elaboration on who should take care of these processes.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I would suggest use of Geospatial Intelligence as a basic technique to resolve water conflicts.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

---

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Principle 4: Promote education and public advocacy... and somewhere along the line - ... instil the care for water and the environment... Principle 2: to add somewhere along the line - to provide opportunities for public participation...

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

Principles are OK, problem is on governemntal level decision making.

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Sutardi 10 months ago

Just describe the principles with relevant cases, so there will additional principle if the cases are comprehensive enough

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

no

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

yes

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Alexandra 7 months ago

Yes. First of all, there should be an ACTION, not just talking or producing loads of reports about the importance of water. Nobody reads these reports or reads it but nothing is done. We keep receive financial support from UN or any other organizations bu

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Please refer to sections 6a and 8b for the suggestions.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

As noted above, I feel the values principles (what is important) need to be married with ethical principles (Given our values, what practical actions should we take?). I see the value principles as providing a foundation for developing a set of ethical p

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

Valuing water group is doing very well with consultations on valuing water.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Yes, it seems that the principles could benefit from more elaboration on who should take care of these processes.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

I would suggest use of Geospatial Intelligence as a basic technique to resolve water conflicts.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

---

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Principle 4: Promote education and public advocacy... and somewhere along the line - ... instil the care for water and the environment... Principle 2: to add somewhere along the line - to provide opportunities for public participation...

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

Principles are OK, problem is on governemntal level decision making.

  0     0
Sutardi 10 months ago

Just describe the principles with relevant cases, so there will additional principle if the cases are comprehensive enough

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

no

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

yes

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shailendra Tiwari 3 months ago

To be researched furter

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Arturo Constante 3 months ago

A priory: Define all procedures and actions to ensure basic minimum equitable, transparent and inclusive water access values (rights and obligations).

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