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Alternative Scenarios of Urban Water Infrastructure Systems

Author: Dr.-Ing. Harald Hiessl Fraunhofer
Organisation: ISI
Publish Date: Nov 2007
Country: Global
Sector: Development
Method: Creating alternatives
Theme: Infrastructure
Type: Presentation
Language: English
Tags: Infrastructure, Urban Water Infrastructure Systems, UWIS, Sustainability, Re-investments, Sustainable systems, Transition management, Technological change, Utility sectors synergies

Deals with the problem of Urban Water Infrastructure Systems that are not sustainable any more and suggests the following strategies to address the problem: Re-development: major issue is to initiate and manage system transition. Requires long-term thinking and systemic transition management! Technological as well as organizational and institutional changes provide new options for more sustainable UWIS in developed and developing countries: Flexible UWIS concepts to allow for assimilation of technological change. UWIS concepts need to realize synergies between various utility sectors.
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