Samenvatting: 

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Technical Paper Climate Change and Water draws together and evaluates the information in IPCC Assessment and Special Reports concerning the impacts of climate change on hydrological processes and regimes, and on freshwater resources - their availability, quality, use and management. It takes into account current and projected regional key vulnerabilities, prospects for adaptation, and the relationships between climate change mitigation and water. Its objectives are: To improve understanding of the links between both natural and anthropogenically induced climate change, its impacts, and adaptation and mitigation response options, on the one hand, and water-related ssues, on the other; To communicate this improved understanding to policymakers and stakeholders.

Auteur: 
Bates Bryson, Kundzewicz Zbigniew W., Wu Shaohong, Palutikof Jean
Uitgever: 
Geneve IPCC - Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change CH
Datum: 
2008
Taal: 
EN
ISBN: 
978-92-9169-123-4
Sectie: 
Water in de wereld - milieu
Locatie: 
W-MIL-E23