An assessment of policies, institutions and regulations for water harvesting, solar energy, and groundwater in Jordan | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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February 2018
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FAODOCREP:I8601EN
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65
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This report constitutes part of the project GCP/JOR/018/SWI: “Reduce vulnerability in Jordan<p></p>in the context of water scarcity and increasing food/energy demand” project, funded by the<p></p>Swiss Agency for Development and Corporation (SDC).<p></p>The objective of this report is to address project output 4: “Prepared appropriate long-term<p></p>policy, regulatory and institutional frameworks to facilitate the adoption and scale-up of the<p></p>three-pronged approach and integrate it within national food-water-energy related policies/<p></p>strategies and programmes”, activity 1: “Review and evaluate previous strategies related to<p></p>individual components of three-pronged approach in the region”.<p></p>The report constitutes a review of the key institutional actors, regulatory frameworks and<p></p>policies in the water harvesting, solar energy and ground water sectors, and an analysis of the<p></p>corresponding policy and institutional gaps.

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Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 
Salman, M. ; Casarotto, C. ; Bucciarelli, M. ; Losacco, M.
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