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  • Dr Ivan Tomka

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    Started by Ivan Tomka on
    04 Oct 2013 at 12:00
  • The Growing gap between the policy makers and 'people on the ground'

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    Started by Maureen Mungai on
    03 Oct 2013 at 09:39

    1.       The policy recommendations of the Budapest Water Summit should also seek to simplify the targets by minimizing the use of jargon and terminology that is not easily understood by a layperson.  Ultimately, the people at the grassroots level are tasked with the responsibility of making changes that are in-line goals set out by governments and meetings such as these. Awareness raising measures should be explored to explain the goals and bridge the ever growing gap between the policy makers and the ‘people on the ground’

  • General comments

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    Started by Katalin Czippan on
    03 Sep 2013 at 13:38
    1. Water has brought civilizations livelihood, sustenance and well-being.  Water has been a central factor shaping both earth system history and human history; therefore, water carries the collective memory of humanity. Water has been instrumental in our past development. It is equally the key to our future development as well to maintaining our life support on Earth, our home.
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