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Publication Details - Green Infrastructure in the Drinking Water Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean

Green Infrastructure in the Drinking Water Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean

Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities

 

Marta Echavarria, Paola Zavala, Lorena Coronel, Tamara Montalvo, Luz Maria Aguirre

 

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Abstract

The study was designed to document the state of initiatives and investment in green infrastructure by water regulators, drinking water operators, and project developers in Latin American and Caribbean countries, It includes activities such as: payment for ecosystem services projects, water funds, promotion of investment plans for climate change adaptation in watersheds, recuperation of vegetative cover, water governance strengthening, and environmental education.

 

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Release Date: December 2015
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