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The United Nations world water development report 2014 / World Water Assessment Programme (United Nations); UN-Water.Material type: BookSeries: United Nations world water development report, 2014. Publisher: Paris : [United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization], 2014Description: 2 v. (xii, 204 p.) : Illustrations, maps ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789231042591 (pbk.); 9789239042593 (ePub.).Other title: Water and Energy | Facing the challenges | World water development report 2014.Subject(s): Water resources development | Energy development | Water supplyDDC classification: 628.1 UNI Online resources: eResource V. 1 | eResource V. 2
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|Book||Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore||628.1 UNI 007238 (Browse shelf)||Available||With another Volume : 007239||007238|
|Book||Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore||628.1 UNI 007239 (Browse shelf)||Available||With another Volume : 007238||007239|
Volume 2 includes data and indicators annex for water and energy.
"The United Nations World Water Assessment Programme has coordinated the development and production of the WWDR 2014, and has prepared the chapters in Part 1 and Part 4"--P. facing t.p., v. 1
Parts 2 and 3 were contributed by UN-Water Members and Partners.
Includes Bibliographic references.
V. 1. Water and energy --
v. 2. Facing the challenges.
"The WWDR 2014 marks the transition of the series to an annual publication cycle with a theme for each year -- 'Water and Energy' for 2014. This edition of the Report seeks to inform decision-makers within and beyond the water-energy nexus about the interconnections and interdependencies between water and energy; the inevitable trade-offs experienced when providing water and energy for basic human needs and to support sustainable development; and the need for appropriate responses that account for both water and energy priorities, particularly in the context of post-2015 targets on increasing access to water and energy. It provides a detailed overview of major and emerging trends from around the world, with examples of how some of these have been addressed and the implications for policy-makers, and actions that can be taken by various stakeholders and the international community"--Back covers.