Адаптивное управление водными ресурсами в Центральной Азии: просто о сложном

Бота Шарипова a,b* , Наталья Чемаева c

a Казахстанско-Немецкий университет, ул. Пушкина, 111, Алматы, 050010, Казахстан
b Потсдамский институт климатических исследований, Телеграфенберг, 14473 Потсдам, Германия
c Научно-информационный центр, Межгосударственная комиссия по устойчивому развитию, Международный фонд спасения Арала (НИЦ МКУР МФСА), ул. Битарап, 15, Ашхабад, 744000, Туркменистан

E-mail: b.sharipova@dku.kz

https://doi.org/10.29258/CAJWR/2022-R1.v8-2/1-18.eng

Kyrgyzstan Toktogul Dam

Аннотация

Цель данной статьи – разбор различных точек зрения на концепциию адаптационного потенциала в управлении водными ресурсами, а также показать применение этой концепции в контексте Центральной Азии. Это кабинетное исследование основано на рекомендациях, полученных из научных исследований, программных документов и экспертных оценок совершенствования адаптивного управления водными ресурсами. Сопоставление и сравнение трех наборов рекомендаций показывает, что дальнейшее укрепление подхода ИУВР, а также в целом экспериментальный подход к управлению ресурсами, улучшенный доступ к знаниям о климате и механизмам снижения риска бедствий помогут укрепить адаптационный потенциал систем управления водными ресурсами в Центральной Азии. На данном этапе исследование было ограничено определенным набором избранных мнений и, для получения более четких рекомендаций, должно быть расширено в будущем. В качестве практического результата, представленный анализ был направлен на выявление лучших научно обоснованных подходов для планирования мер по адаптации в водном секторе, предназначенный для лиц, принимающих решения в государствах Центральной Азии. Таким образом, исследование можно считать одной ступенью в ​​обсуждении адаптивных возможностей управления водными ресурсами в регионе Центральной Азии.

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Для цитирования: Sharipova, B., Chemayeva, N. (2022). Adaptive water governance in Central Asia : Un-puzzling the concept. Central Asian Journal of Water Research, 8(2), 1–18. https://doi.org/10.29258/CAJWR/2022-R1.v8-2/1-18.eng

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