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IW:LEARN
TDA/SAP
Training Course
Module 2: Development of the
TDA
+
Overview of the Training Course
 4 Modules:
 Module 1: Introduction
 Module 2:Developing the TDA
 Module 3: Formulat...
+
Overview of Today
AM
 Opening
 Module 2: Transboundary Problems
– Presentation of priority problems
 Module 2: Develo...
Section 5: Determination of
Impacts
+
Where are we?
Defining
system
boundaries
Collection
and analysis
of
data/informat
ion
Identification
&
prioritisation
of...
+
In this Section you will learn about….
 What are environmental impacts in relation to
the TDA?
 What are socio-economi...
+ In the Context of the TDA/SAP
process….
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS
Are the effects of a transboundary problem on the
integrit...
+
For Example
TRANSBOUNDARY PROBLEM
Eutrophication
SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT
Loss of income
Loss of food source
ENVIRONMENTAL ...
+
Nutrients emitted
(point and diffuse)
Impacts felt
Example of a
Transboundary Problem
and Impacts:
Dnieper River Basin
+
Black Sea Dead Zone
Evolution of the NW Shelf ‘Dead
Zone’
Decline in the Phyllophora beds
on the NW Shelf
+
+
Example of a
Transboundary
Problem and
impacts:
Mediterranean
Sea
Loss of Habitats
(Loggerhead Turtle
nesting sites)
Log...
+
Distribution of Invasive Species and HABs (Source: FREPLATA, 2005)
+
Process for determining impacts
Step 1: Identification
of the environmental
and socio-economic
impacts of each
priority
...
+ Step 1: Identification of the impacts of
each priority transboundary problem
 This step can successfully be accomplishe...
+ Step 2: Description of key environmental
and socio-economic impacts
The purpose of this step is to describe the
problem ...
+
Possible Options
of the identified impacts, based on the output
from step 1. (e.g. Dnipro River Basin TDA)Use of simple ...
+
Analysis of Impacts
All these options are valid and will depend on the
level of data and information available
However, ...
+
Group Exercise
In groups of five:
 Take one of the priority transboundary problems and
identify:
 The environmental im...
+
Golden Rules of Brainstorming
+
Group Exercise
In groups of five:
 Take one of the priority transboundary problems and
identify:
 The environmental im...
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TDA/SAP Methodology Training Course Module 2 Section 5

  1. 1. IW:LEARN TDA/SAP Training Course Module 2: Development of the TDA
  2. 2. + Overview of the Training Course  4 Modules:  Module 1: Introduction  Module 2:Developing the TDA  Module 3: Formulating the SAP  Module 4: Managing the TDA/SAP process
  3. 3. + Overview of Today AM  Opening  Module 2: Transboundary Problems – Presentation of priority problems  Module 2: Developing the TDA – Analysis of Impacts PM  Module 2: Developing the TDA – Thematic Reports  Module 2: Developing the TDA – TDA-SAP Linkage  Group Exercise  Module 2: Developing the TDA – Causal Chain Analysis  Group Exercise Break  Module 2: Developing the TDA – Drafting the TDA  Group Exercise  Closing Break LUNCH END
  4. 4. Section 5: Determination of Impacts
  5. 5. + Where are we? Defining system boundaries Collection and analysis of data/informat ion Identification & prioritisation of the transboundary problems Determination of the impacts of each priority problem Analysis of the immediate, underlying, and root causes for each problem Development of thematic reports
  6. 6. + In this Section you will learn about….  What are environmental impacts in relation to the TDA?  What are socio-economic impacts in relation to the TDA?  A process for determining environmental and socio-economic impacts
  7. 7. + In the Context of the TDA/SAP process…. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS Are the effects of a transboundary problem on the integrity of an ecosystem SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS Are a change in the welfare of people attributable to the transboundary problem or its environmental impacts.
  8. 8. + For Example TRANSBOUNDARY PROBLEM Eutrophication SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT Loss of income Loss of food source ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT Reduced fish population SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT Health impacts from drinking water INDIRECT DIRECT
  9. 9. + Nutrients emitted (point and diffuse) Impacts felt Example of a Transboundary Problem and Impacts: Dnieper River Basin
  10. 10. + Black Sea Dead Zone Evolution of the NW Shelf ‘Dead Zone’ Decline in the Phyllophora beds on the NW Shelf
  11. 11. +
  12. 12. + Example of a Transboundary Problem and impacts: Mediterranean Sea Loss of Habitats (Loggerhead Turtle nesting sites) Loggerhead Turtle Migration
  13. 13. + Distribution of Invasive Species and HABs (Source: FREPLATA, 2005)
  14. 14. + Process for determining impacts Step 1: Identification of the environmental and socio-economic impacts of each priority transboundary problem Step 2: Qualitative or quantitative description of key environmental and socio-economic impacts
  15. 15. + Step 1: Identification of the impacts of each priority transboundary problem  This step can successfully be accomplished through a collaborative workshop involving the TDA Development team  The workshop can be run during the same meeting that the transboundary problems are identified and prioritised
  16. 16. + Step 2: Description of key environmental and socio-economic impacts The purpose of this step is to describe the problem itself (using available survey data showing changes over time, etc.) and the impact of the problem on the environment and socio-economically
  17. 17. + Possible Options of the identified impacts, based on the output from step 1. (e.g. Dnipro River Basin TDA)Use of simple lists including maps, graphics and figures (e.g. Rio de la Plata; Orange Senqu River Basin TDA) Detailed supporting text for the impacts for which data is available, including baseline data, showing changes over time The development of a set of relevant indicators
  18. 18. + Analysis of Impacts All these options are valid and will depend on the level of data and information available However, in all cases, the information gathered should concentrate on the transboundary impacts although national or localised impacts can also be described if they are relevant
  19. 19. + Group Exercise In groups of five:  Take one of the priority transboundary problems and identify:  The environmental impacts  The direct and indirect socio-economic consequences  Identify geographical location(s) of impacts/consequences Timing: 30 minutes
  20. 20. + Golden Rules of Brainstorming
  21. 21. + Group Exercise In groups of five:  Take one of the priority transboundary problems and identify:  The environmental impacts  The direct and indirect socio-economic consequences  Identify geographical location(s) of impacts/consequences Timing: 30 minutes

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