Gospodarowanie wodą – wyzwania dla Polski
Mateusz Balcerowicz , Kazimierz Banasik , Ryszard Błażejewski , Paweł Chudziński , Marek Degórski , Jarosław Dolny , Stanisław Drzewiecki , Izabela Godyń , Jerzy Hausner , Jacek Jania , Anna Januchta-Szostak , Paweł Jokiel , Krzysztof Kochanek , Roman Konieczny , Jerzy Kozyra , Zbigniew Kundzewicz , Krzysztof Kutek , Paweł Licznar , Artur Magnuszewski , Wojciech Majewski , Elżbieta Nachlik , Piotr Nieznański , Tomasz Okruszko , Krzysztof Ostrowski , Edward Pierzgalski , Mikołaj Piniewski , Rajmund Przybylak , Klara Ramm , Renata Romanowicz , Ksymena Rosiek , Andrzej Wałęga , Rafał Wawer , Mirosław Wiatkowski , Janusz Zaleski , Piotr Ziętara
AbstractThe scope of water management is to meet water demand by supplying water tothe population and to the national economy; to provide water to the users in such sectors as agriculture, energy, navigation, tourism and recreation, as well as theenvironment; and to warrant water safety (including protection against floods anddroughts). Health and well-being of the Polish population depends on the qualityof the environment, therein access to water in adequate quantity and quality. Thecountry struggles with management of low water resources whose quality is stillinadequate. The present paper, co-authored by numerous Polish experts, leadersin research and in practice, presents a critical view on the water management inPoland. Among the specific topical areas covered by this paper are: water needs,policies and legislation, as well as governance. The authors specify recommen-dations for a range of necessary, and urgent, actions to be taken by decisionmakers and politicians, who are responsible for formulation of appropriate prin-ciples and their implementation. Development of adequate legal framework atvarious spatial levels (EU, national, regional, local, as well as at the river basinscale) is of essential importance for warranting people’s well-being. It is neces-sary to establish control aimed at keeping the subtle balance between the gover-nance, legal acts, and adequate financing.
|Other language title versions||Managing water – challenges for Poland|
|Journal series||Nauka, ISSN 1231-8515, (N/A 20 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||1.15|
|Keywords in English||water management, Poland, hazards, water in urban areas, water inrural areas, education|
|License||Journal (articles only); other; ; with publication|
|Score||= 20.0, 22-02-2021, ArticleFromJournal|
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