Dealing with the impacts of climate change on water in Asia

Water management in Asia is often complicated by the fact that many rivers cut across many different countries. Encouraging neighbouring farmers, fishermen and businesses to talk to each other to manage water to suit their needs and those of the environment is one of the main focuses for the Water and Wetlands Programme of the IUCN Asia office. But reducing the impacts of climate change on water supplies is also high on the agenda. Ganesh Pangare, Coordinator of IUCN Asia's Water and Wetlands Programme explains why.

Mekong in Viet Nam Photo: Ganesh Pangare

 

Work area: 
Water
Ecosystems
Livelihoods
Water
Water
Wetlands
Location: 
Asia
Asia
Asia
Asia
Project and Initiatives: 
Mekong Dialogues
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