TAILIEUCHUNG - Interactions between HIV/AIDS and the Environment

The Environment Agency plays a central role in managing flood risk from rivers and the sea. We have the strategic overview role for flood risk management from all causes of flooding, including rivers, the sea, groundwater, reservoirs and surface water. This report explains how we tackle the risk of flooding in England, looking mainly at flooding from rivers and the sea. Flooding is a part of nature. It is neither technically feasible nor economically affordable to prevent all properties from flooding. The Envrionment Agency’s aim is to reduce flood risk and minimise the harm caused by flooding. We take a risk-based. | Interactions between HIV AIDS and the Environment A Review of the Evidence and Recommendations for Next Steps Interactions between HIV AIDS and the Environment A Review of the Evidence and Recommendations for Next Steps Prepared by Susan Bolton1 and Anna Talman2 University of Washington Seattle Washington USA For IUCN-ESARO and IPPF-ARO Nairobi Kenya May 2010 Supported by 1 School of Forest Resources College of the Environment sbolton@ 2 Department of Global Health School of Public Health .

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