An Excel-based model was developed to assess the cost and benefits of options and portfolios required to improve water security in Tuvalu. This publication focuses on the costs and benefits of water supply and demand options, comparisons of the water demand and supply data under different options and household data. This publication and dataset was produced using funding provided by the Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) programme.
Lineage: Desktop research (multiple sources detailed in references section of technical report), workshops, interviews and field trips conducted in Funafuti, Tuvalu and outputs of cost benefit analysis and water supply-demand models (see Water Security in Tuvalu: Models)
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Kinrade. P., Arold. N., Pickering. P., Rooke. E., Manfredo. J., n.d., Water security in Tuvalu: Water supply-demand model dataset, presented to the Australian Government. Department of the Environment, Canberra.
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