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

Does the preamble adequately frame the “why” of the principles?

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

YES, my goodness, this does not need to be repeated and repeated. Rather shorten it and focus on the main statistics

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Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

YES

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Sutardi 10 months ago

yes

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

more or less yes

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

yes

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Wish more science was emphasized to achieve IWRM.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

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?").

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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

Paragraph 2 provides a rationale for making water values explicit (to give voice to easily overlooked dimensions) but there is also a more fundamental reason: Water is a commons, and the use for one purpose (e.g., mining) will affect other stakeholders.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

The document presents a concise, yet thorough description of the underlying motivations.

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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

The document presents a concise, yet thorough description of the underlying motivations.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Paragraph 2 provides a rationale for making water values explicit (to give voice to easily overlooked dimensions) but there is also a more fundamental reason: Water is a commons, and the use for one purpose (e.g., mining) will affect other stakeholders.

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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

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?").

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Wish more science was emphasized to achieve IWRM.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

yes

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

more or less yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

yes

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

YES

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Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

YES, my goodness, this does not need to be repeated and repeated. Rather shorten it and focus on the main statistics

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Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

The document presents a concise, yet thorough description of the underlying motivations.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Paragraph 2 provides a rationale for making water values explicit (to give voice to easily overlooked dimensions) but there is also a more fundamental reason: Water is a commons, and the use for one purpose (e.g., mining) will affect other stakeholders.

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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

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?").

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Wish more science was emphasized to achieve IWRM.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

yes

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

more or less yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

yes

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

YES

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Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

YES, my goodness, this does not need to be repeated and repeated. Rather shorten it and focus on the main statistics

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Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

The document presents a concise, yet thorough description of the underlying motivations.

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Paragraph 2 provides a rationale for making water values explicit (to give voice to easily overlooked dimensions) but there is also a more fundamental reason: Water is a commons, and the use for one purpose (e.g., mining) will affect other stakeholders.

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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

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?").

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Wish more science was emphasized to achieve IWRM.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

yes

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

more or less yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

yes

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

YES

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Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

YES, my goodness, this does not need to be repeated and repeated. Rather shorten it and focus on the main statistics

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Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

The document presents a concise, yet thorough description of the underlying motivations.

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Paragraph 2 provides a rationale for making water values explicit (to give voice to easily overlooked dimensions) but there is also a more fundamental reason: Water is a commons, and the use for one purpose (e.g., mining) will affect other stakeholders.

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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

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?").

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Wish more science was emphasized to achieve IWRM.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

yes

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

more or less yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

yes

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

YES

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Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

YES, my goodness, this does not need to be repeated and repeated. Rather shorten it and focus on the main statistics

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Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

The document presents a concise, yet thorough description of the underlying motivations.

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Paragraph 2 provides a rationale for making water values explicit (to give voice to easily overlooked dimensions) but there is also a more fundamental reason: Water is a commons, and the use for one purpose (e.g., mining) will affect other stakeholders.

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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

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?").

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Wish more science was emphasized to achieve IWRM.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

yes

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

more or less yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

yes

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

YES

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Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

YES, my goodness, this does not need to be repeated and repeated. Rather shorten it and focus on the main statistics

  0     0
Alexandra 7 months ago

yes

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

The document presents a concise, yet thorough description of the underlying motivations.

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Yes

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Paragraph 2 provides a rationale for making water values explicit (to give voice to easily overlooked dimensions) but there is also a more fundamental reason: Water is a commons, and the use for one purpose (e.g., mining) will affect other stakeholders.

  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

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?").

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Wish more science was emphasized to achieve IWRM.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

yes

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martina Zupan 10 months ago

more or less yes

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Sutardi 10 months ago

yes

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

YES

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Sanjay Banka 10 months ago

Yes

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

YES, my goodness, this does not need to be repeated and repeated. Rather shorten it and focus on the main statistics

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shailendra Tiwari 3 months ago

yes

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Arturo Constante 3 months ago

water must be declared a fundamental living right for all living creature including earth, also must there be responsible mandate and basic written procedures for those rights

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