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Climate change and water variability : do water treaties contribute to river basin resilience ? (English)

Climate-driven water variability is a natural phenomenon observed across river basins, but predicted to increase due to climate change. Environmental change of this kind may aggravate political tensions, especially in regions that are not equipped with an appropriate institutional apparatus. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS7855 OCT 11, 2016

Dinar,Shlomi; Katz,David; De Stefano,Lucia; Blankespoor,Brian Disclosed

Climate change, conflict, and cooperation : global analysis of the resilience of international river treaties to increased water variability (English)

Although water variability has already been observed across river basins, climate change is predicted to increase variability. Such environmental changes may aggravate political tensions, especially in regions that are not equipped with an appropriate institutional apparatus. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS6916 JUN 01, 2014

Dinar, Shlomi; Katz, David; De Stefano, Lucia; Blankespoor, Brian Disclosed

Mapping the resilience of international river basins to future climate change-induced water variability (Vol. 2) : Appendices (English)

The study presented in this report aims to increase our understanding of the global distribution of treaty and River Basin Organization (RBO) mechanisms that may confer resilience to variability in the hydrological regime and how that distribution aligns with current and anticipated regimes. ... See More +

Water & Sanitation Discussion Paper 56051 MAY 01, 2010

Stefano, Lucia De; Duncan, James; Dinar, Shlomi; Stahl, Kerstin; Strzepek, Kenneth; Wolf, Aaron T. Disclosed

Mapping the resilience of international river basins to future climate change-induced water variability : Main report (English)

The study presented in this report aims to increase our understanding of the global distribution of treaty and River Basin Organization (RBO) mechanisms that may confer resilience to variability in the hydrological regime and how that distribution aligns with current and anticipated regimes. ... See More +

Water & Sanitation Discussion Paper 56051 MAR 01, 2010

Stefano, Lucia De; Duncan, James; Dinar, Shlomi; Stahl, Kerstin; Strzepek, Kenneth; Wolf, Aaron T. Disclosed