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To develop the water resources of the basin in a sustainable and equitable way to ensure prosperity, security and peace for all its peoples. To ensure efficient water management and the optimal use of the resources. To ensure cooperation and joint action between the riparian countries seeking win-win gains. To target poverty eradication and promote economic integration. To ensure that the program results in a move from planning to action. 15 members: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Ukraine, and the European Union Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Eritrea (observer), supported by World Bank Sustainable and equitable water management, including the conservation, improvement and the rational use of surface waters and groundwater in the catchment area as far as possible Sustainable water management based on criteria of stable, environmentally sound development, directed to: – maintain the overall quality of life; – maintain continuing access to natural resources; – avoid lasting environmental damage and protect ecosystems; – exercise a preventive approach.
Good facilitation, participation, consensus building and if necessary, conﬂict resolution procedures, will ensure all parties are fairly heard. Exploring options for trade-offs should be a requisite part of the process. A key message is that critical decisions about water allocation should be made within the context of a catchment water resource plan that considers sound information on social and economic beneﬁts and impacts, aims to minimise negative impacts, and actively seeks and listens to the voices of all persons, not just powerful lobby groups or 16 Introduction commercial operations.
Replaced the 1915 River Murray Waters Agreement. Included New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, ACT. In 2007 the Agreement was subsumed within the Commonwealth Water Act 2007. National Water Quality Management Strategy 1994 The process involves community and government development and implementation of a management plan for each catchment, aquifer, estuary, coastal water or other waterbody. Includes use of high-status national guidelines with local implementation. COAG Water Reform Framework 1994 Committed state and territory governments to implement a framework to deliver a more sustainable and efficient water industry through a range of initiatives including cost recovery water pricing, clearly speciﬁed water entitlements, legally recognised environmental water, enhanced water entitlement trading and institutional reform.