This report calls on foreign policy makers to exert stronger political leadership in water diplomacy and to actively accompany and facilitate the efforts of technical and development experts. It shows that encouraging greater cooperation over transboundary waters offers significant prospects for the resolution of political conflicts and greater regional integration.
The key to managing conflict and cooperation over water. In: A World of Science, 11 (1). Paris: UNESCO.
Africa Environment Outlook 3. Our Environment, Our Health. Nairobi: UNEP.
The Economic Value of Moving Toward a More Water Secure World. Stockholm: Global Water Partnership.
Connecting the Drops: An Indus Basin Roadmap for Cross-Border Water Research and Policy Coordination. Observer Research Foundation/Stimson/Sustainable Development Policy Institute.
Water Security & the Global Water Agenda. A UN-Water Analytical Brief Global Water Agenda. Hamilton, Canada: United Nations University.