Special Issue "Water Governance in Times of Change: Perceptions, Institutions, Praxis and Learning"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2017) | Viewed by 107622
2 Professor, Systems for Sustainability Program Leader, Systemic Governance Research Program Monash Sustainability Institute Monash University, Clayton Victoria, Australia
Interests: Social-ecological systems; catchment management; social learning; public policy; climate change
2 Senior Research Fellow, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden
3 Adjunct Professor, Sustainability Research Centre, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
Interests: novel governance strategies and social-ecological systems; adaptive co-management; adaptation and adaptive capacity; community-based natural resource management; integrated resource management; social capital and social learning; resilience and vulnerability
2 CRN Professorial Fellow Sustainability Research Centre University of the Sunshine Coast Locked Bag 4, Maroochydore DC, Queensland, 4558, Australia
Interests: soft systems methodologies; social learning; water governance dilemmas; adaptation and vulnerability; ecosystem goods and services
2 Adjunct Professor, Environmental Sustainability Research Centre, Brock University, Canada
Interests: water governance; coastal management; climate change adaptation; geography; sustainability
Water governance is influenced by complex and increasingly dynamic interplay between various social-ecological factors. Contributing to effective water governance in times of complexity and change are issues associated with perceptions of resilience, institutional arrangements, praxis, and learning. This Special Issue aims to contribute knowledge on these issues of water governance through place-based case studies throughout the world, and, in particular, lessons for water governance in Europe.
Prof. Dr. Tim Smith
Prof. Dr. Ryan Plummer
Prof. Dr. Ray Ison
Prof. Dr. Neil Powell
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- water governance