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Analysis of the Environmental Implications of the Scenarios

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Analysis of the Environmental Implications of the Scenarios

Deliverable 7 Implications of the Different Scenarios

Herbke, Nadine; Britta Pielen; Jessica Ward et al. 2004: Deliverable 7 Implications of the Different Scenarios - EUROMARKET Water Liberalisaion Scenarios - Analysis of the Environmental Implications of the Scenarios. Ecologic– Institute for International and European Environmental Policy/ UNESCO-IHE – Institute for Water Education.


Citation

Herbke, Nadine; Britta Pielen; Jessica Ward et al. 2004: Deliverable 7 Implications of the Different Scenarios - EUROMARKET Water Liberalisaion Scenarios - Analysis of the Environmental Implications of the Scenarios. Ecologic– Institute for International and European Environmental Policy/ UNESCO-IHE – Institute for Water Education.

Language
English
Author(s)
Marco Schouten (UNESCO-IHE)
Martin Bijlsma (UNESCO-IHE)
Credits

with contributions from Martha Garcia

Funding
Year
2005
Dimension
62 pp.
Project ID
1977
Table of Contents

1 OBJECTIVE AND APPROACH OF WP7 WITHIN THE EUROMARKET PROJECT
2 BACKGROUND
3 METHODOLOGY FOR THE ANALYSIS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS
4 ANALYSIS OF SCENARIO 1A: DELEGATION CONTRACTS AND STRONG REGULATION
4.1 Summary of End State 1a
4.2 Implications on the protection of water resources and quality
4.3 Implications for drinking water related issues
4.4 Repercussions on other water uses and sectors
4.5 Interdependencies between the environmental implications of End State 1a
5 ANALYSIS OF SCENARIO 1B: DELEGATION CONTRACTS AND EXTREME COMPETITION
5.1 Summary of End State 1b
5.2 Implications on the protection of water resources and quality
5.3 Implications for drinking water related issues
5.4 Repercussions on other water uses and sectors
5.5 Interdependencies between the environmental implications of End State 1b
6 ANALYSIS OF SCENARIO 2: OUTSOURCING
6.1 Summary of End State 2
6.2 Implications on the protection of water resources and quality
6.3 Implications for drinking water related issues
6.4 Repercussions on other water uses and sectors
6.5 Interdependencies between the environmental implications of End State 2
7 ANALYSIS OF SCENARIO 3: REGULATED MONOPOLY
7.1. Summary of End State 3
7.2. Implications on the protection of water resources and water
7.3. Implications for drinking water related issues
7.4. Repercussions on other water uses and sectors
7.5. Interdependencies between the environmental implications of End State 3
8 ANALYSIS OF SCENARIO 4: DIRECT PUBLIC MANAGEMENT
8.1 Summary of End State 4
8.2 Implications on the protection of water resources and quality
8.3 Implications for drinking water related issues
8.4 Repercussions on other water uses and sectors
8.5 Interdependencies between the environmental implications of End State 4
9 ANALYSIS OF SCENARIO 5: COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT
9.1 Summary of End State 5
9.2 Implications on the protection of water resources and quality
9.3 Implications for drinking water related issues
9.4 Repercussions on other water uses and sectors
9.5 Interdependencies between the environmental implications of End State 5
12 SYNTHESIS
13 CONCLUSION
14 BIBLIOGRAPHY