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Water Conservation as a Tool for Peace in Times of Crisis –
Transcript of Water Conservation as a Tool for Peace in Times of Crisis –
Water Management as a Tool for Peace in Times of Crisis – the EcoPeace approach
Four Principles of Transboundary Water
II. The right to water and sanitation are basic human rights and not a consumer product.
IV. Water disputes must be resolved peacefully through mediation among the involved parties.
We will change it!
Tel Aviv, Israel
(eastern Mediterranean International School)
youth programme graduate
Battir Village, Palestine
Water as a Source of Conflict Cooperation
I. Water is a natural, mobile resource: water flows over and beneath political borders.
Define Your Needs
Think of Creative Solutions and Choose the Win/Win that Will Benefit All
III. It is vital to ensure the continued existence of water resources and protect the ecological system.
Lesson of Cooperation
Good Water Neighbors Achievements
-Preserving the environment
-Assist in the development of the economy
-Reduce the damages caused
Good Water Neighbors
Three Steps for Environmental Peacebuilding
Established in 2001
Raise awareness of the shared water problems of Palestinians, Jordanians, and Israelis
Utilizing mutual dependence on shared water resources with cross border communities
Advance water and sanitation projects on the ground
Develop dialogue and cooperation
Gain broader perspective about water in the region
Opportunities to be active in shaping environments
Find the Joint Interest: the Jordan River
Photo: January 2016
Youth involvement (us!)
Advancing infrastructure for sewage systems
Eco tourism development