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Coordinated Action for a Sustainable Future

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Project Intent

 

PROMOTING COOPERATION AMONG ACTORS FOR THE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF THE DRIN UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF THE RIPARIANS…

Cultivating a culture of cooperation and working relationships among and across actors and sectors directly linked to basin and water management, for a common goal - the sustainable management of the Drin Basin, under the leadership of the Drin Core Group, is one of the project’s aims.

…BASED ON SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPED WITHIN THE BASIN…

Bringing together the scientific institutes that support policy making, such as Hydrometeorological institutes, Environmental Protection Agencies, universities etc., to work collectively to establish a common understanding with regard to the state of the Drin Basin, facilitates the building of trust. These also assist the Drin Core Group in making informed decisions.

...FACILITATES BENEFIT SHARING AMONG STAKEHOLDERS.

Bringing together key users and identifying the benefits that could be shared, unlocks the potential for coordinated management. The water and energy sectors have a particular role in this regard. Engaging energy actors from the Riparians in discussions and also involving other major water users, could lead to identifying benefit sharing mechanisms and minimizing risks in the areas of energy production, and basin and flood management. This, in turn, could have a profound positive effect on the ecosystems and a number of economic sectors.

 

 

 

 

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