Земельные и водные ресурсы


В этом разделе представлены новостные статьи о работе ФАО в области земельных и водных ресурсов. 


Celebrations at FAO Headquarters highlighted linkages between Forests and Water
On Monday 21 March at FAO HQ in Rome, a special celebration took place in recognition of the International Day of Forests on the Theme of ‘Forests and Water’. During the event the Land and Water Division shared some examples of ‘Forests and Water in Practice’. 

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This new land and water discussion paper aims to examine the notion of tenure in connection with water resources and to explore whether the concept of water tenure has the potential to make a useful contribution towards addressing some of the world’s water resources challenges. It seeks to provide answers...
The Synthesis Report from the most recent Land and Water Days event is now available to download. Over 200 experts and technical officers working in fields related to land and water management, participated in the 3rd edition held at FAO Headquarters in Rome, from 10 to 12 November 2015. The...
Framed by the Sustainable Development Goals, FAO Strategic Objectives and the upcoming climate negotiations the Town Hall meeting provided a platform to look at the challenges faced by water and land. Gender, governance, clicmate change and nutrition were added to the conversation as cross-cutting themes, with the aims to provide an...
Satellite data can provide new insights into how agricultural water use can be made more efficient and productive
Workshop: Addressing our Emerging Water Futures: The Water-Food-Energy-Ecosystems Security Nexus
The workshop, organised by the CNR-Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, the JRC-Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, the FAO-Food and Agriculture Organization, and UNESCO-United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, will address interconnected solutions for a Nexus governance of water resources. It will be organised in two steps. The first day...
Tenth volume offers a nutrition perspective
Water resources are scarce in relation to a booming demand, and their availability varies significantly. Global warming means changes in precipitation patterns with prolonged periods of extremes. Together with continuous demographic change and shifts in food habits, a radically new context for water and food security and human dignity has...
Side event: Agricultural water productivity; Can it be monitored?
Achieving food security in the future while using water resources in a sustainable manner will be a major challenge for us and the next generations. We will need to produce more crop per drop of water. The SDG on water (SDG 6) will very likely include a target on increasing...
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Solar-powered water technologies are increasingly in demand in developing countries, as they can provide a cost-effective solution to increase agricultural productivity. Access to water for irrigation is key to many small scale farmers in order to sustain their livelihoods and food security. Running such irrigation systems is still extremely challenging. There...
New series of information products shed light on the work of the division
Through these divisional factsheets we aim to provide the readers with concise and clear descriptions on the work we carry out. From irrigation management to sustainable use of natural resources, through to Geospatial Information Systems.  The first of the series is on Sustainable Land Management (SLM) a critical practice...