The United States and International Water Policy

  title={The United States and International Water Policy},
  author={Ken Conca},
  journal={The Journal of Environment & Development},
  pages={215 - 237}
  • Ken Conca
  • Published 2008
  • Business
  • The Journal of Environment & Development
  • This article examines the role of the United States in international institutions and practices for governing water. Water is a critical global challenge of environmental protection and human security. Water is also characteristic of a set of “translocal” environmental issues for which international institution building has emerged along several different fronts: development assistance initiatives, efforts to manage ongoing controversies over water privatization and large dams, the campaign to… CONTINUE READING
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