Examples/cases of valuing water

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Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

I do not have cases, but know that several models are in place that put a value to water that is based on peoples ability to pay, but includes a price, even at the BOP that something (whether time or cash needs to be paid). I would like to see a summary o

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Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Rural communities

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Sutardi 4 months ago

Bad mining practice in the river watershed vs. degradation of quality ad quantity of river flows

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martina Zupan 4 months ago

Education on ground level. IN my country we have a large number of communities which. All of them are obligated by law to manage water, unfortunately they are not educated enough to perform this. The problem is that the government did not recocnized (or d

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D. Hirsch 4 months ago

I will ask my colleagues to take a look at this.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Science to resolve water conflicts

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Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

NCICD/Jakarta Bay

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JOHN WAWERU 3 months ago

With linkages to Water,Sanitation,Commercialization of wastes, Renewable energy production,Health, Climate change, Industry, Facility developments, Education, Employment and Poverty eradication, Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust propose to prioritize activities/i

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John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

We would humbly wish to introduce our Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust thus: Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust is a nonprofit community welfare based, registered in Kenya and focus to all African countries. The Trust has its Board, Bylaws and the Certificate of Inco

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David Groenfeldt 3 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

precious substance on earth

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Instrumentation for optimizing irrigation water resources

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Alexandra 1 month ago

Wetlands' water resource

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Alexandra 1 month ago

Wetlands' water resource

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Instrumentation for optimizing irrigation water resources

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

precious substance on earth

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David Groenfeldt 3 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

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John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

We would humbly wish to introduce our Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust thus: Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust is a nonprofit community welfare based, registered in Kenya and focus to all African countries. The Trust has its Board, Bylaws and the Certificate of Inco

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JOHN WAWERU 3 months ago

With linkages to Water,Sanitation,Commercialization of wastes, Renewable energy production,Health, Climate change, Industry, Facility developments, Education, Employment and Poverty eradication, Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust propose to prioritize activities/i

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Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

NCICD/Jakarta Bay

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Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Science to resolve water conflicts

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D. Hirsch 4 months ago

I will ask my colleagues to take a look at this.

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

Whilst there are concerns about valuing water since a long time ago, there have been no affirmative programs by many Governments to promote this. Also the emphasis has always been more from the human activities (end-users of water). Often forgotten is W

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martina Zupan 4 months ago

Education on ground level. IN my country we have a large number of communities which. All of them are obligated by law to manage water, unfortunately they are not educated enough to perform this. The problem is that the government did not recocnized (or d

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Sutardi 4 months ago

Bad mining practice in the river watershed vs. degradation of quality ad quantity of river flows

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Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Rural communities

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Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

I do not have cases, but know that several models are in place that put a value to water that is based on peoples ability to pay, but includes a price, even at the BOP that something (whether time or cash needs to be paid). I would like to see a summary o

  0     0
Alexandra 1 month ago

Wetlands' water resource

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Instrumentation for optimizing irrigation water resources

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

precious substance on earth

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David Groenfeldt 3 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

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John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

We would humbly wish to introduce our Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust thus: Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust is a nonprofit community welfare based, registered in Kenya and focus to all African countries. The Trust has its Board, Bylaws and the Certificate of Inco

  0     0
JOHN WAWERU 3 months ago

With linkages to Water,Sanitation,Commercialization of wastes, Renewable energy production,Health, Climate change, Industry, Facility developments, Education, Employment and Poverty eradication, Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust propose to prioritize activities/i

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Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

NCICD/Jakarta Bay

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Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Science to resolve water conflicts

  0     0
D. Hirsch 4 months ago

I will ask my colleagues to take a look at this.

  0     0
Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

Whilst there are concerns about valuing water since a long time ago, there have been no affirmative programs by many Governments to promote this. Also the emphasis has always been more from the human activities (end-users of water). Often forgotten is W

  0     0
martina Zupan 4 months ago

Education on ground level. IN my country we have a large number of communities which. All of them are obligated by law to manage water, unfortunately they are not educated enough to perform this. The problem is that the government did not recocnized (or d

  0     0
Sutardi 4 months ago

Bad mining practice in the river watershed vs. degradation of quality ad quantity of river flows

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Rural communities

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

I do not have cases, but know that several models are in place that put a value to water that is based on peoples ability to pay, but includes a price, even at the BOP that something (whether time or cash needs to be paid). I would like to see a summary o

  0     0
Alexandra 1 month ago

Wetlands' water resource

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Instrumentation for optimizing irrigation water resources

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

precious substance on earth

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 3 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

We would humbly wish to introduce our Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust thus: Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust is a nonprofit community welfare based, registered in Kenya and focus to all African countries. The Trust has its Board, Bylaws and the Certificate of Inco

  0     0
JOHN WAWERU 3 months ago

With linkages to Water,Sanitation,Commercialization of wastes, Renewable energy production,Health, Climate change, Industry, Facility developments, Education, Employment and Poverty eradication, Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust propose to prioritize activities/i

  0     0
Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

NCICD/Jakarta Bay

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Science to resolve water conflicts

  0     0
D. Hirsch 4 months ago

I will ask my colleagues to take a look at this.

  0     0
Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

Whilst there are concerns about valuing water since a long time ago, there have been no affirmative programs by many Governments to promote this. Also the emphasis has always been more from the human activities (end-users of water). Often forgotten is W

  0     0
martina Zupan 4 months ago

Education on ground level. IN my country we have a large number of communities which. All of them are obligated by law to manage water, unfortunately they are not educated enough to perform this. The problem is that the government did not recocnized (or d

  0     0
Sutardi 4 months ago

Bad mining practice in the river watershed vs. degradation of quality ad quantity of river flows

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Rural communities

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

I do not have cases, but know that several models are in place that put a value to water that is based on peoples ability to pay, but includes a price, even at the BOP that something (whether time or cash needs to be paid). I would like to see a summary o

  0     0
Alexandra 1 month ago

Wetlands' water resource

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Instrumentation for optimizing irrigation water resources

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

precious substance on earth

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 3 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

We would humbly wish to introduce our Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust thus: Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust is a nonprofit community welfare based, registered in Kenya and focus to all African countries. The Trust has its Board, Bylaws and the Certificate of Inco

  0     0
JOHN WAWERU 3 months ago

With linkages to Water,Sanitation,Commercialization of wastes, Renewable energy production,Health, Climate change, Industry, Facility developments, Education, Employment and Poverty eradication, Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust propose to prioritize activities/i

  0     0
Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

NCICD/Jakarta Bay

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Science to resolve water conflicts

  0     0
D. Hirsch 4 months ago

I will ask my colleagues to take a look at this.

  0     0
Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

Whilst there are concerns about valuing water since a long time ago, there have been no affirmative programs by many Governments to promote this. Also the emphasis has always been more from the human activities (end-users of water). Often forgotten is W

  0     0
martina Zupan 4 months ago

Education on ground level. IN my country we have a large number of communities which. All of them are obligated by law to manage water, unfortunately they are not educated enough to perform this. The problem is that the government did not recocnized (or d

  0     0
Sutardi 4 months ago

Bad mining practice in the river watershed vs. degradation of quality ad quantity of river flows

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Rural communities

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

I do not have cases, but know that several models are in place that put a value to water that is based on peoples ability to pay, but includes a price, even at the BOP that something (whether time or cash needs to be paid). I would like to see a summary o

  0     0
Alexandra 1 month ago

Wetlands' water resource

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Instrumentation for optimizing irrigation water resources

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

precious substance on earth

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 3 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

We would humbly wish to introduce our Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust thus: Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust is a nonprofit community welfare based, registered in Kenya and focus to all African countries. The Trust has its Board, Bylaws and the Certificate of Inco

  0     0
JOHN WAWERU 3 months ago

With linkages to Water,Sanitation,Commercialization of wastes, Renewable energy production,Health, Climate change, Industry, Facility developments, Education, Employment and Poverty eradication, Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust propose to prioritize activities/i

  0     0
Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

NCICD/Jakarta Bay

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Science to resolve water conflicts

  0     0
D. Hirsch 4 months ago

I will ask my colleagues to take a look at this.

  0     0
Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

Whilst there are concerns about valuing water since a long time ago, there have been no affirmative programs by many Governments to promote this. Also the emphasis has always been more from the human activities (end-users of water). Often forgotten is W

  0     0
martina Zupan 4 months ago

Education on ground level. IN my country we have a large number of communities which. All of them are obligated by law to manage water, unfortunately they are not educated enough to perform this. The problem is that the government did not recocnized (or d

  0     0
Sutardi 4 months ago

Bad mining practice in the river watershed vs. degradation of quality ad quantity of river flows

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Rural communities

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

I do not have cases, but know that several models are in place that put a value to water that is based on peoples ability to pay, but includes a price, even at the BOP that something (whether time or cash needs to be paid). I would like to see a summary o

  0     0
Alexandra 1 month ago

Wetlands' water resource

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Instrumentation for optimizing irrigation water resources

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

precious substance on earth

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 3 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

We would humbly wish to introduce our Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust thus: Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust is a nonprofit community welfare based, registered in Kenya and focus to all African countries. The Trust has its Board, Bylaws and the Certificate of Inco

  0     0
JOHN WAWERU 3 months ago

With linkages to Water,Sanitation,Commercialization of wastes, Renewable energy production,Health, Climate change, Industry, Facility developments, Education, Employment and Poverty eradication, Interwaste R&D (EA) Trust propose to prioritize activities/i

  0     0
Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

NCICD/Jakarta Bay

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Science to resolve water conflicts

  0     0
D. Hirsch 4 months ago

I will ask my colleagues to take a look at this.

  0     0
Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

Whilst there are concerns about valuing water since a long time ago, there have been no affirmative programs by many Governments to promote this. Also the emphasis has always been more from the human activities (end-users of water). Often forgotten is W

  0     0
martina Zupan 4 months ago

Education on ground level. IN my country we have a large number of communities which. All of them are obligated by law to manage water, unfortunately they are not educated enough to perform this. The problem is that the government did not recocnized (or d

  0     0
Sutardi 4 months ago

Bad mining practice in the river watershed vs. degradation of quality ad quantity of river flows

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Rural communities

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

I do not have cases, but know that several models are in place that put a value to water that is based on peoples ability to pay, but includes a price, even at the BOP that something (whether time or cash needs to be paid). I would like to see a summary o

  0     0