WASSER AKTUELL

51 -    22.09.2004

 

 

- VERANSTALTUNG -

 

28.9. bis 30.9.2004

Universität Hamburg: Symposium zur Information der Öffentlichkeit

WARNSIGNAL KLIMA: Genug Wasser für alle?

Genügend Wasser für jeden – wichtiges Menschenrecht

 

Programm: http://www.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/Wasser/Programm.pdf

 

http://www.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/Wasser/

http://idw-online.de/public/zeige_pm.html?pmid=86063

 

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15 September 2004: Weltbevölkerungsbericht 2004

http://www.fr-aktuell.de/ressorts/nachrichten_und_politik/nachrichten_aktuell/?cnt=504984

UN: Bald Milliarden Menschen in Ländern mit zu wenig Wasser

15.09.2004  London (dpa) - Im Jahre 2025 werden nach Schätzung der Vereinten Nationen 2,4 bis 3,4 Milliarden Menschen in Ländern mit Wasserknappheit leben. Heute sei es gerade einmal eine halbe Milliarde, heißt es im diesjährigen Weltbevölkerungsbericht der UN. Wasserknappheit sei dabei nur eine der großen Gefahren der Bevölkerungsexplosion...

 

DOKUMENT: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

UN Report: The State of World Population 2004

http://www.unfpa.org/swp/2004/english/ch1/index.htm

Auszüge in deutsch:  http://www.weltbevoelkerung.de/wbbericht.html

 

27 August 2004 Implementation of the United Nations Millennium Declaration Report of the Secretary-General

http://ods-dds-ny.un.org/doc/UNDOC/GEN/N04/465/40/PDF/N0446540.pdf?OpenElement

Bezugsdokumente: Millennium Declaration: http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/

 

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17.09.2004 - Wasser und nachhaltige Entwicklung>

Akademische Feier aus Anlass der Verleihung des Entwicklungsländerpreises am 7. Oktober 2004 - Pressegespräch im Anschluss - Internationales, interdisziplinäres Symposium zum Thema "Wasser und nachhaltige Entwicklung" am 7. und 8. Oktober 2004...

http://zeus.zeit.de/idw/idw-85817.xml

http://www.uni-giessen.de/dcp/

 

India, Bangladesh fail to reach consensus on water sharing

September 16, 2004 ''We have made progress, but still have difference of opinion on several points and we are still in discussion,'' Bangladesh Water Resources Secretary Dr Mohammad Omar Farooq Khan told reporters after the first round of the concluding day's talks.

http://www.deepikaglobal.com/ENG4_sub.asp?ccode=ENG4&newscode=71790

 

Delhi and Dhaka in critical talks

15 September, 2004 Senior interior ministry officials from India and Bangladesh are due to meet in Dhaka amidst a souring of ties between the two South Asian neighbours. India says it will seek Dhaka's help in cracking down on militant camps it alleges are present inside Bangladesh. Dhaka denies that any anti-Indian group is operating from its territory. Indian and Bangladeshi officials are also holding a second day of talks in Dhaka about sharing water from rivers that flow through both their countries. India and Bangladesh have at least 54 common rivers and are keen to work out a long-term agreement on water-sharing…

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/3657674.stm

 

UKRAINE AND MOLDOVA AGREE TO DEVELOP CO-OPERATION ON SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF THE DNIESTR RIVER

CHISINAU, 15 September 2004 - Government and civil society representatives of Ukraine and Moldova met today in Chisinau to launch a joint project which aims to develop a diagnostic study of the Dniestr river basin...

http://www.osce.org/news/show_news.php?ut=2&id=4361

 

Clean water: not sexy enough for Bush?

September 14, 2004 But it is good for fishing, swimming, and most notably, drinking. To hear the Bush Administration tell it, however, the only thing we have to fear -- no, not fear itself; that was from an articulate galaxy far, far away -- is terrorism. But how safe can we ultimately be if we have no clean water? Not very, actually. And that's exactly where Bush is leading America -- to less safety. While the debate focuses almost solely on terrorism and foreign threats of all stripes, the administration is already tearing down the delicate network of regulations that prevent the wholesale poisoning of our waters…

http://www.alternet.org/election04/2004/09/002444.html

 


... gerade eingegangen ... im Nachgang:
SKOPJE MEETING TO FOCUS ON LINKAGE BETWEEN ENVIRONMENT AND SECURITYIN SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
SKOPJE, 22 September 2004 – International experts and government representatives from across south-eastern Europe will discuss ways to tackle key trans-boundary environmental problems at a two-day meeting in Skopje. Representatives from Albania, Bosnia...

For full text see: http://www.osce.org/news/show_news.php?ut=2&id=4379



Jörg Barandat

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