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Nghe An’s bamboo forests have been rapidly shrinking due to overharvesting, a trend exacerbated by insecure land rights. Because lung bamboo is a major source of household incomes in the mountains of Nghe An, replanting and sustainable management are urgently needed.

The Republic of Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic share the waters of transboundary Central Asian rivers Chu and Talas, which provide essential resources for irrigation of the vast agricultural lands in both countries as well as opportunities for the generation of hydropower.

For the 116th time, the Indian and Pakistani Indus Waters Commissioners met to exchange views under the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) on 23 and 24 March 2021 in New Delhi. The meeting, held after a hiatus of two-and-a-half years, was greeted as a step forward in normalising strained bilateral relations, ...

Le Contrat de Rivière consiste donc à rassembler autour d’une table les pouvoirs publics, riverains, pêcheurs, scientifiques, industriels, agriculteurs, défenseurs de la nature en vue de définir ensemble, chacun dans le cadre de ses compétences et dans la mesure de ses possibilités, un programme d’actions pour restaurer, protéger et valoriser la qualité des cours d’eau, de leurs abords et des ressources en eaux du bassin, mais aussi pour concilier leurs multiples fonctions et usages.

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