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Thursday, 12 May 2016 06:00

Cunene (Kunene) River Awareness Kit

The Kunene River basin, located in the western part of southern Africa encompasses portions of southern Angola and northern Namibia. The basin is characterised by diverse climate patterns with abundant precipitation in the upper and water scarcity in the lower basin, as well as a significant but controversially discussed hydroelectric potential, and a transboundary management setting.
Published in Cunene (Kunene)
Saturday, 19 March 2016 10:26

The Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI)

The Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI) (originally known as the Tumen River Area Development Programme) is an intergovernmental cooperation mechanism among four countries: China, Mongolia, Republic of Korea and Russian Federation, supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).Committing to the vision of building a great partnership for common prosperity between neighbours,...
Published in Tumen
Monday, 08 February 2016 14:43

Planning the Bothnian sea

In all parts of the world the sea is a source of life, of energy, of food, of commerce, of fun. Its water, wind, and waves are all in demand – as a playground for pleasure-seekers and nature-lovers, as a highway for international commerce, as a home for unique communities of wildlife and people. All this is also true for the Bothnian Sea, a part of the northern European Baltic Sea between Finland and Sweden.
Published in Gulf of Bothnia

The Lower Zambezi-Mana Pools transfrontier conservation area between Zambia and Zimbabwe measures 17 745km2 and lies in the Zambezi Valley, which since the dawn of time has been used by wildlife as a thoroughfare between the escarpment and the Zambezi River. The two national parks lying opposite each other make for a massive wildlife sanctuary on both sides of the Zambezi River...
Published in Lower Zambezi

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