Water Crises and Governance: Reinventing Collaborative Institutions in an Era of Uncertainty
Water Crises and Governance critically examines the relationship between water crises and governance in the face of challenges to provide water for growing human demand and environmental needs. Water crises threaten the assumptions and accepted management practices of water users, managers and policymakers. In developed and developing world contexts from North America and Australasia, to Latin America, Africa and China, existing institutions and governance arrangements have unintentionally provoked water crises while shaping diverse, often innovative responses to management dilemmas. This volume brings together original field-based studies by social scientists investigating water crises and their implications for governance.
Taylor, P. L., & Sonnenfeld, D. A. (Eds.). (2017). Water crises and governance: Reinventing collaborative institutions in an era of uncertainty. New York, NY: Routledge Taylor &Francis Group.