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Transforming water management institutions to deal with change

All individuals, agencies and institutions involved in water resources management are very aware that the impacts of decisions they make may not turn out to be the ones they hoped for. Factors that influence the economic, environmental and social benefits or costs resulting from any management decision are not known with certainty. This uncertainty can result in some degree of vulnerability just as much as it may result in higher levels of reliability or resilience. Water managers and their institutions need to recognize the potential consequences of their decisions in uncertain environments, environments where the uncertainty is changing in uncertain ways.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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