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Water - Critical Resource for Uzbekistan
Water is fundamental to human survival and development. Water scarcity has become a serious global challenge and has led to environmental degradation, damage to people’s livelihoods, and increasing population morbidity. Water scarcity is one of the main factors constraining the future development of Uzbekistan.
That is why the publication of this review is so opportune. The review
aims to inform a wide audience, including scientific and state institutions, about the growing water crisis and the threat this presents to the region, as well as the efforts of five
Central Asian states to jointly manage their water resources and restore the disturbed natural ecosystem of the area surrounding the Aral Sea.read morePublished by: UNDP Energy and Environment Unit
Published date: 30/03/2007
Policy Brief # 1, 2007. Options for Continuing Energy Reforms in Uzbekistan
According to most estimates, world fossil reserves make up more than 1
trillion barrels of oil, around 168 trillion cubic meters of natural gas and 1 trillion tons of coal. In addition, there are more than 3 million metric tons of uranium available for nuclear power. However, these resources are unevenly distributed across the world. For example, the developing world has a much greater share of
natural gas reserves at 77 percent, oil reserves at 75 percent and coal reserves at 58 percent. By contrast, the developed countries have only 24 percent of the world's natural gas, 25 percent of the oil and 42 percent of the coal.
This Policy Brief describes situation with Energy Resources in Uzbekistan and worldwide and suggests new opportunities for sustainable energy reforms. read morePublished by: UNDP
Published date: 15/03/2007
Environmental Indicators for GIS System
The collection of articles in the “Environmental Indicators for Uzbekistan” is the result of a joint effort amongst various national experts from several national agencies and ministries. This work was
performed in the framework of the project “Environmental Indicators to
Monitor the State of the Environment in Uzbekistan”, jointly implemented by the UNDP and the Government of Uzbekistan.
The publication contains a review of current environmental concerns as
well as recommendations for mitigating the same. International experience was sought to assist with the identification of various
indicators for each natural area and each was scrutinized to determine
viability. The indicators which were selected for use along with justifications for each are presented alongside the achieved results in each natural area.read morePublished by: UNDP
Published date: 07/03/2007
“Information technologies” is a text book in Uzbek for students of technical universities and colleges. It consists of twelve chapters that cover three main fields of information technologies: information systems, computer networks and data structures. The first part presents the notions of information technologies and information systems, their components, the role of information systems in organizations and in decision support. The second part is devoted to the computer networks and reveals the basics of networking technologies, types of networks, seven layers of OSI model and Internet technologies. The third part is introducing programming with the data structures: linear, non-linear structures and also algorithms on sorting and searching.
read morePublished by: UNDP - ICTP Project
Published date: 28/02/2007
Targeting Millennium Development Goals
"Targeting Millennium Development Goals" is a reference book for high school and university students. It is aimed at providing detailed information about the Millennium Development Goals with question and answer interactive games. Like many other countries, Uzbekistan has developed a National Program for reaching the Millennium Development Goals. This book provides you a unique opportunity to learn about global problems and identify national perspectives to achieve Millennium Development Goals by 2015. While reading this book, you will know how to become a part of the development process in this country and most of the questions will be asked by character "Maqsad- bobo". From Uzbek language it is translated as "Goal".
read morePublished by: UN System in Uzbekistan
Published date: 04/01/2007
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