Water Resources Management
To maximize the economic, social and environmental benefits of water use by promoting the principle of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM).
Knowledge is the comerstone of development. This fact has been widely recognized particularly by the United Nations Human Development Reports. Knowledge and its applications.
Natural resources Governance is defined as the norms, institutions and processes that determine how power and responsibilities are exercised, how decisions are taken and how citizens participate in natural resource management.
CEDARE’s Sustainable Growth Programme (SCP) addresses new and emerging concepts related to environment and development for human well-being, with a focus on issues related to Sustainable Consumption and Production, Green economy, and Green ICT.
Land Resources Management
Land resources in arid and semi-and areas are characterized by their diversity, limited productivity and vulnerability to desertification. Human uses of these environments include natural pastures, rain-fed agriculture, agriculture irrigated from different water sources of varying qualities, and large areas of marginalized lands.