5 edition of Governance of water-related conflicts in agriculture found in the catalog.
Governance of water-related conflicts in agriculture
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Floor Brouwer, Ingo Heinz and Thomas Zabel.|
|Series||Environment & policy -- v. 37.|
|Contributions||Brouwer, Floor., Heinz, Ingo., Zabel, T. F.|
|LC Classifications||HD1697.E85 G68 2003, HD1697.E85 G68 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||2003058886|
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Introduction. The question of water wars has been quite frequently raised in academic debates recently. Water optimists claim that instead of being a cause of conflict, water has been more often a reason for cooperation (Dolatyar, , Dinar, ), while water pessimists think that impending scarcity, in the wake of a burgeoning global population, will ultimately result in an Author: M.A. Kamran, A. Aijaz, G. Shivakoti, G. Shivakoti. PAMACC News Agency Decem Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) number six is about ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. However, the noted increase of droughts, both in frequency and intensity blamed on climate change have resulted in increased incidences of water related conflicts due to high demand. Some of [ ].
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Read "Governance of Water-Related Conflicts in Agriculture New Directions in Agri-Environmental and Water Policies in the EU" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book deals with voluntary approaches between farmers and water suppliers as an instrument to meet environmental sta Brand: Springer Netherlands.
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The book is based largely on the results of the research project 'Co-operative Agreements in Agriculture as an Instrument to Improve the Economic Efficiency and Economic Effectiveness of the European Water Policy', which was supplemented for specific issues by key experts.
Governance of Water-Related Conflicts in Agriculture New Directions in Agri-Environmental and Water Policies in the EU. Editors: Brouwer, F.M., Heinz, I., Zabel, Thomas (Eds.) Free Preview.
This book deals with voluntary approaches between farmers and water suppliers as an instrument to meet environmental standards, impacted by agricultural activities, more economically efficient and environmentally effective than by exclusive application of alternative instruments including command-and-control approaches.
The book is based largely on the results of the research project 'Co. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Part I: Governance of water-related conflicts in agriculture book and water-related agri-environmental policy --Introduction / Floor Brouwer, Ingo Heinz and Thomas Zabel --The concept of resource users' self-governance / Jan Willem van der Schans --Part II: Co-operative agreements in the European Union --Occurrence of co.
Get this from a library. Governance of Water-related Conflicts in Agriculture: New Directions in Agri-environmental and Water Policies in the EU. [Floor Brouwer; Ingo Heinz; Thomas Zabel] -- The book contributes to a better understanding of the role such co-operation can play in complying cost-effectively with European environmental legislation, in particularly the EU Nitrates and Water.
Governance of Water-related Conflicts in Agriculture; New directions in agri-environmental and water policies in the EU Author(s) Brouwer, F.M.
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Book Preview: In ‘War and Conflict in Africa’, GWU Scholar Skeptical That Natural Resources Play a Leading Role Novem By Elizabeth Leahy Madsen While there is widespread agreement that the incidence of conflict in Africa is high, scholars and development agencies alike debate its driving forces and how to move toward solutions.
This paper analyzes evolution and efficiency of water governance in Bulgarian agriculture during post-communist transition and EU integration. First, it defines the water governance and the scope. Strategies for reducing water-related conflicts exist, including improvements in technology, more sustainable water supply and demand options, and a wide range of legal, political, and institutional tools.
But unless these are more quickly and widely deployed, the risks of conflicts over water seems likely to continue to worsen. Much of the world’s population lacks adequate clean water, either because of physical scarcity or because they are denied equitable access to water resources.
Such conditions inevitably breed conflict. Water-related violence is common in many parts of the world and is generally expected to increase in the years ahead. This document is intended to assist water development.
In our Editor’s Pick, we present 10 case studies from our interactive ECC Factbook that analyse the linkages between water and conflict. They look at various pathways through which water and. Modern irrigation has developed over the past years, from treating irrigation as an engineering/water distribution problem to irrigation being currently regarded as a complex mix of engineering, agriculture, socioeconomics, management, governance, politics, and environmental : Olcay Ünver, Eduardo Mansur.
levels of society (Rogers & Hall, ). Or put more simply, water governance is the set of systems that control decision-making with regard to water resource development and management. Hence, water governance is much more about the way in which decisions are made (i.e.
how, by whom, andFile Size: KB. Zabel's 5 research works with 42 citations and reads, including: Governance of Water-related Conflicts in Agriculture; New directions in agri-environmental and water policies in the EU.
Water conflict is a term describing a conflict between countries, states, or groups over an access to water resources. The United Nations recognizes that water disputes result from opposing interests of water users, public or private. A wide range of water conflicts appear throughout history, though rarely are traditional wars waged over water alone.
Food security and water governance are deeply intertwined - and challenged by local and global inequality. Helle Munk Ravnborg. Two chapters of the book Mikkel Funder and colleagues describe how rural poor households respond to and are affected by local water-related conflicts.
The chapter illustrates how – if unchecked – attempts.Cambodia has abundant water resources in the wet season and a scarcity of water in the dry season. These phenomena undermine the development in this country and pose a threat to long-term development.
Hence, the governance of water becomes critically important for the current and future development of Cambodia. Thus, this study is undertaken to understand the current water governance Cited by: 2.To many in the water sector, K. J. Joy needs no introduction. An activist at heart, Joy is known for his untiring rights based work in mobilising communities in rural Maharashtra, and for his research work on water and water related conflicts including inter-state riparian water conflicts.
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