The role of U.S. states in facilitating effective water governance under stress and change: WATER GOVERNANCE UNDER STRESS AND CHANGE

@inproceedings{Kirchhoff2016TheRO,
  title={The role of U.S. states in facilitating effective water governance under stress and change: WATER GOVERNANCE UNDER STRESS AND CHANGE},
  author={Christine J. Kirchhoff and Lisa Dilling},
  year={2016}
}
Worldwide water governance failures undermine effective water management under uncertainty and change. Overcoming these failures requires employing more adaptive, resilient water management approaches; yet, while scholars have advance theory of what adaptive, resilient approaches should be, there is little empirical evidence to support those normative propositions. To fill this gap, we reviewed the literature to derive theorized characteristics of adaptive, resilient water governance including… CONTINUE READING
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