The Oxford handbook of water politics and policy
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The Oxford handbook of water politics and policy / edited by Ken Conca and Erika Weinthal.
Water politics and policy
|Other authors:||Conca, Ken, (Editor)Weinthal, Erika, (Editor)|
"This handbook gathers a diverse group of leading scholars of water politics and policy. Authors were tasked to present forward-looking chapters in their areas of expertise, flagging key trends in both research and practice. The volume is organized into six sections: poverty, rights, and ethics; food, energy, and water; water and the politics of scale; law, economics, and water management; the politics of transboundary water; and the politics of water knowledge. Cross-cutting themes include governance challenges rooted in the mobility, unpredictability, and public-goods dimensions of water; tensions and synergies among equity, efficiency, and sustainability; the distributive consequences of water governance; the design and performance of water institutions; and the implications of climate change."--
|Other authors:||Conca, Ken, (Editor), Weinthal, Erika, (Editor)|
New York, NY :
Oxford University Press,
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.