Rebekah R. Brown

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A diagnostic procedure for transformative change based on transitions, resilience, and institutional thinking. ABSTRACT. Urban water governance regimes around the world have traditionally planned large-scale, centralized infrastructure systems that aim to control variables and reduce uncertainties. There is growing sectoral awareness that a transition(More)
This paper reports on the ongoing work and research involved in the development of a socio-technical model of urban water systems. Socio-technical, means the model is not so much concerned with the technical or biophysical aspects of urban water systems, but rather with the social and institutional implications of the urban water infrastructure and vice(More)
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