4 edition of Adaptive Governance and Water Conflict (RFF Press) found in the catalog.
October 3, 2005
by RFF Press
Written in English
|Contributions||John T. Scholz (Editor), Bruce Stiftel (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
The increasing frequency, intensity, and severity of natural hazards is one of the most pressing global environmental change problems. From the local to the global level, governments and civil society need to increase resilience to these hazards. Despite what is now a very sizeable literature on designing governance systems to produce resilience, a substantial gap in the natural hazards Cited by: The complexity and uncertainty of sustainability transitions demand that our systems of governance and our policies be adaptive. IISD's Guide for Creating Adaptive Policies was designed to help policy-makers and planners build a coherent set of governance processes capable of anticipating change and performing successfully when faced with surprises.
Book Review Recommended Citation Reviewed by Thomas G. Safford () A Review of: “Scholz, John T. and Bruce Stiftel, eds. Adaptive Governance and Water Conflict: New Institutions for Collaborative Planning, Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal, , , DOI: /Author: Thomas G. Safford. The latest developments regarding the theory and practice of effectively resolving conflict in water resources and environmental management are presented in this book by respected experts from around the globe. one must adopt an integrative and adaptive approach to water and environmental governance that specifically recognizes the.
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Adaptive Governance and Water Conflict investigates new types of water conflicts among users in the seemingly water-rich Eastern United States. Eight case studies of water quality, water quantity, and habitat preservation or restoration in Florida were chosen to span the range of conflicts crossing fragmented regulatory boundaries.
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Table of Contents for Adaptive governance and water conflict: new institutions for collaborative planning / edited by John T. Scholz, Bruce Stiftel, available from the Library of Congress. California has struggled to manage its water effectively for more than 30 years.
Today, the state needs to consider a set of wide-ranging reforms—for the benefit of the economy and the ive Summary Full Report [PDF, MB] To view individual chapters, click on the links below.
Introduction Floods, Droughts, and Lawsuits: A Brief History of California Water Policy. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xiii, pages): illustrations, maps: Contents: Florida's water management framework / Richard Hamann --Suwannee river partnership: a voluntary approach to nutrient management / Aysin Dedekorkut --Fenholloway river evaluation initiative: collaborative problem solving within the permit system / Simon.
BOOK REVIEW: Adaptive Governance and Water Conflict: New Institutions for Collaborative Planning, John BruceStiftel, in: Resources for the Future (), pp., ISBN: X (pbk)Author: Kristan Cockerill.
Water scarcity, conflict resolution, and adaptive governance in federal transboundary river basins. In Federal Rivers: Managing Water in Multi-Layered Political Systems (pp.
57 Cited by: 2. A decade of adaptive governance scholarship: synthesis and future directions Brian C. Chaffin 1, Hannah Gosnell 1 and Barbara A. Cosens 2 1 Geography Program, College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, 2 College of Law and Waters of the West Program, University of IdahoCited by: In this process, three challenges emerge for water governance to become adaptive to environmental change.
First, is the need for legal reform to remove barriers to adaptive governance by authorizing government agencies to prepare for windows of opportunity through adaptive planning, and to institutionalize the results of innovative solutions. strategies to specific problems, this is the first book to focus more broadly on adaptive governance, or the evolution of new institutions that attempt to resolve conflicts among competing authorities.
Adaptive Governance and Water Conflict investigates new types of water conflicts among users in the seemingly water-rich Eastern United States. Huitema, D., E. Mostert, W.
Egas, S. Moellenkamp, C. Pahl-Wostl, and R. Yalcin. Adaptive water governance: assessing the institutional prescriptions of adaptive (co-)management from a governance perspective and defining a research agenda.
Ecology and Society 14(1): This Article is brought to you for free and open access byCited by: Resilience and Water Governance: Adaptive Governance in the Columbia River Basin Barbara A. Cosens 1,2 and Mark Kevin Williams 3 1 University of Idaho College of Law, 2 Waters of the West Program, 3 Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Human Right to Water and Sanitation Program, Harvard Kennedy School of GovernmentCited by: Decentralised water governance is ineffective if it mismatches the societal scale for participation and its coordination.
• Adaptive water governance fits for managing social-ecological systems in a dryland context, in the face of uncertainty. • Corruption is a driver and an outcome of inefficient formal institutions.
•Cited by: 2. Adaptive Governance, Integrating Science, Policy and Decision Making. Coe-Juell outlines a conflict between water extraction and fish on the Colorado river where acceptance by all players of the inherent limitations of the best available science lead to a gradualist approach where ‘in essence, the fish will tell us as time goes on how Cited by: Request PDF | On Jan 1,Mark Zeitoun and others published Adaptive governance and water conflict: new institutions for collaborative planning edited by J T Scholz, B Stiftel and Governing.
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Environment and Planning A, 39 (10). ISSN X Full text not available from this repository. Adaptive Governance is a significant book for students of international regimes, whether they care about fisheries or not, because it provides a new conceptualization of how regulatory policy can vary so much across issues, even within a single multilateral regime.
23 - Adaptive governance for a changing coastline: science, policy and publics in search of a sustainable future By Sophie Nicholson-Cole, Tim O'Riordan Edited by W.
Neil Adger, University of East Anglia, Irene Lorenzoni, University of East Anglia, Karen L. O'Brien, Universitetet i Oslo. Adaptive Water Governance in Action. context of competition over water. However, this can exacerbate existing regional tensions and may eventually lead to conflict.
Secondly, the vital nature of freshwater can also be seen as a key ingredient for cooperation. a long-term perspective is imperative and this is the main reason why such.1. Introduction. Adaptive governance has emerged in the last decade as an intriguing avenue of theory and practice for the holistic management of complex environmental problems (Dietz et al., ; Folke et al., ; Walker et al., ).In response to the failure of previous management regimes to implement governance structures robust enough to achieve ecological sustainability and build Cited by: