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Record number 1974958
Title Water management and water governance in a changing climate : experiences and insights on climate change adaptation in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia
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Patrick M.J.M. Huntjens
Author(s) Huntjens, P.M.J.M.
Publisher Delft : Eburon Academic Publishers
Publication year cop. 2011
Description LII, 343 p ill
Notes Proefschrift Universiteit van Osnabrück, 2010
ISBN 9789059725096; 9789059725102
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Keyword(s) (cab) water management / climatic change / climate adaptation / governance / water policy / environmental policy / europe / africa / asia / australia
Categories Water Management (General) / Climatic Change
Publication type PhD thesis
Language English
About Modern societies are confronted with persistent problems of great complexity and unpredictability. These problems lead to critical situations, such as water and climate crises. Adaptive management is becoming a leading concept and a key mechanism to anticipate, to cope with and survive these crises. This book strengthens the conceptual foundations and practical value of adaptive approaches to water management and water governance in a changing climate. On the basis of a broad comparative analysis of policies and practices in Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, it focuses on the capacity of management regimes to cope with the two most common extreme weather events: floods and droughts.
KfC/CcSP  
program Knowledge for Climate (KfC)
theme HS2 Hotspotoverstijgende thema's
project (Thema 7) Governance van adaptatie
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