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Global International Waters Assessment Tools

Year: 2005
From collection: Vital Water Graphics
Author: UNEP/GRID-Arendal
Global International Waters Assessment's (GIWA) assessment tools for monitoring the world's water resources, incorporating five major environmental concerns and application of the DPSIR framework (driving forces-pressure-state-impact-response), are now beginning to yield results of practical use for management decisions. This graphic explains the GIWA Assessment Methodology and GIWA's five main environmental concerns, which are: freshwater shortages; pollution; the unsustainable exploitation of fisheries and other living resources; habitat and community modification and global change.
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Water withdrawal and consumption
Phosphate levels in major basins
Water consumption - top countries
Causes of sea level rise from climate change
Regulation of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers
Benefits from marine and coastal ecosystems and activities
Renewable freshwater supplies, per river basin