Documents China

All documents concerning GreenWaterCredits in China

Reports

Benefit-Cost Analysis Based on Supply-Demand Modeling by WEAP for the Upper Duhe Basin, China - Feasibility Study

PDF icon Report FutureWater 129 (1,3 MB)
Post date: 06/01/1414

Green and Blue Water Resources and Management Scenarios using the SWAT model for the Upper Duhe Basin, China - Feasibility Study

PDF icon Report FutureWater 126 (6,3 MB)
Post date: 06/01/1414

Public documents

Green Water Credits Summary

PDF icon PDF (27 KB)
Post date: 08/03/1212

Policy brief (Chinese)

PDF icon Policy brief (Chinese) (2.1 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Policy brief (English)

PDF icon Policy brief (English) (893 KB)
Post date: 08/03/1212

Investment Guidelines

PDF icon Investment Guidelines (1.2 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Policy brief (French)

PDF icon Policy brief (French) (875 KB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Workshops

Presentation about "Financial Mechanisms needed for farmers to implement Soil and Water Conservation in the Upper Tana Catchment" byDavies Onduru, Fredrick Muchena, Sjef Kauffman during the concluding workshop in Nyeri

Office presentation icon Financial Mechanisms needed for farmers to implement Soil and Water Conservation in the UTC (188 KB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation about Cost Benefit Analysis of Soil and Water Practices in the Upper Tana Catchment by Esther Njuguna, Davies Onduru and  Fred Muchena during the concluding workshop in Nyeri

Office presentation icon (111 KB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Participants of the pre-concluding workshop in Nairobi 

File Participants (20 KB)
Post date: 08/03/1212

Presentation about the potential benefits of Green Water Credits: Identifying the role and advantages for upstream farmers by Johannes Hunink, Peter Droogers, Wilco Terink, Sjef kauffman, Godert van Lynden during the concluding workshop in Nyeri

File Upstream land use scenarios (6.8 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation by Davies Onduru, Fredrick Muchena Ester Njuguna

Office presentation icon On Site Cost And Benefit Analysis of SWC (4.3 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation about the potential benefits of Green Water Credits: Quantifying profits for downstream water users by Peter Droogers, Wilco Terink, Johannes Hunink, Sjef Kauffman, Godert van Lynden during the concluding workshop in Nyeri

File Downstream scenarios (3.5 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation of Davies Onduru, Fredrick Muchena 

Office presentation icon Institutional Survey in the Upper Tana Catchment (656 KB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

ISRIC-GWC Introduction and WOCAT by Sjef Kauffman, Godert van Lynden, Zhanguo Bai

Office presentation icon ISRIC-GWC Introduction and WOCAT (9.8 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Feed back of the first day of the pre-concluding workshop

File Feed back day one (8.2 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

KenGen's interest in soil and water conservation by Pius Kolikho, KenGen

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Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation by Maria Notley

File Water Services Trust Fund (8.2 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation during pre-concluding workshop by Sjef Kauffman

Office presentation icon Introduction GWC workshop (8.5 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation about Funding For Catchment Protection and how to submit a Community proposal by Reuben Chepkonga; Water Services Trust Fund 

Office presentation icon Funding For Catchment Protection and how to submit a Community proposal (8.7 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation by Johan Bouma during pre-concluding workshop in Nairobi

File Reflections on dealing with "wicked" problems when developing sustainable land use (3 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentaion by Esther Njuguna, Davies Onduru and Fred Muchena during the pre-concluding workshop in Nairobi 

Office presentation icon Off Site Cost benefit Analysis (79 KB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation by Use of quantitative tools to evaluate potential Green Water Credits options during the pre-concluding workshop in Nairobi

Office presentation icon Fincancial Mechanisms for green Water Credits (248KB)
Post date: 15/03/1212

Presentation by Peter Droogers, Wilco Terink, Johannes Hunink, Sjef Kauffman, Godert van Lynden during the pre-concluding workshop in Nairobi 

File Use of quantitative tools to evaluate potential Green Water Credits options (7 MB)
Post date: 15/03/1212