The Aral Sea Basin: Water For Sustainable Development In Central Asia (Earthscan Series On Major River Basins Of The World)

The Aral Sea Basin: Water For Sustainable Development In Central Asia (Earthscan Series On Major River Basins Of The World)

Autor : Stefanos Xenarios,dietrich Schmidt-Vogt,manzoor Qadir,barbara Janusz-Pawletta,iskandar Abdullaev
Geschlecht : Bücher, Fachbücher, Sozialwissenschaft,
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The Aral Sea Basin: Water For Sustainable Development In Central Asia (Earthscan Series On Major River Basins Of The World)Pressestimmen 'While a lot has been written and said about water management (and mismanagement) in this region before, there is hardly an analogue that brings all these issues under one umbrella. This is essentially the first multidisciplinary volume on the subject... This book will hopefully become a reference source on the Aral Sea basin for a wide range of stakeholders from different disciplines and professional backgrounds, from within the Central Asia region and internationally.' - From the Foreword by Guyzgeldi Bayjanov, Chairman of the Executive Committee of The International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Stefanos Xenarios is Associate Professor in Nazarbayev University (NU), Graduate School of Public Policy, based in Nur-Sultan, Astana, Kazakhstan.

Dietrich Schmidt-Vogt is Honorary Professor at the Chair of Silviculture, Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, Freiburg University, Germany.

Manzoor Qadir is Assistant Director in United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH), Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Barbara Janusz-Pawletta is UNESCO Chair Holder in Water Management at the Central Asia Kazakh-German University, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Iskandar Abdullaev is former Executive Director of the Regional Environmental Centre Central Asia (CAREC), based in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and the current Deputy Director of the CAREC Institute, Urumchi, China.