Multilevel water governance and problems of scale: setting the stage for a broader debate.

  title={Multilevel water governance and problems of scale: setting the stage for a broader debate.},
  author={Timothy Moss and Jens Newig},
  journal={Environmental management},
  volume={46 1},
Environmental governance and management are facing a multiplicity of challenges related to spatial scales and multiple levels of governance. Water management is a field particularly sensitive to issues of scale because the hydrological system with its different scalar levels from small catchments to large river basins plays such a prominent role. It thus exemplifies fundamental issues and dilemmas of scale in modern environmental management and governance. In this introductory article to an… CONTINUE READING

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