Integrated water resources management: balancing views and improving practice

@inproceedings{Grigg2008IntegratedWR,
  title={Integrated water resources management: balancing views and improving practice},
  author={Neil S. Grigg},
  year={2008}
}
Integrated water resources management is a conceptual framework that is meant to describe the complexity of water decisions and the importance of balancing stakeholder viewpoints. Implementation is difficult because of institutional barriers and because of definitional confusion over the precise meaning of IWRM. Improved governance is required to overcome institutional barriers. Specific and unambiguous language may reduce confusion, but it may oversimplify the complexity. The present paper… CONTINUE READING

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