National Strategic Pathways

Motivated by the differences between countries and opportunities to act, the partnership decided to develop “National Strategic Pathways”. The National Pathways are proposals for governments and actors to work with key processes and actions strengthening water management. The Pathways are more of systemic character and fill observed gaps in the present national governance structures.

Poland – Strenghtening of local partnerships to facilitate adaptation of rural landscapes to climate change:

1. A new type of advisors operating within the network of the public agricultural advisory services.
2. Use of development instruments of Local Governments as vehicle for water management.
3. Integrated strategic planning as a method of implementing measures for landscape water retention.

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