Co-Engineering and Participatory Water Management: Organisational Challenges for Water Governance

Co-Engineering and Participatory Water Management: Organisational Challenges for Water Governance

by Katherine A. Daniell


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781108446495
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 03/01/2018
Series: International Hydrology Series
Pages: 345
Product dimensions: 8.46(w) x 10.91(h) x 0.79(d)

About the Author

Katherine A. Daniell is a Research Fellow in the Australian National University's Centre for Policy Innovation. Her work focusses on resolving the challenges associated with implementing multi-level participatory processes to bring about coordinated policy, adaptation strategies and local action for sustainable development. Her other research interests include developing decision-aiding theory for 'multi-accountable' groups and encouraging effective inter-organisational collaborations. She also teaches executive development courses for the Australian National Institute for Public Policy (ANIPP) on multi-level governance. Dr Daniell is a guest editor for the journal Ecology and Society and she has received many awards and honours for her work, including a General Sir John Monash Award, a best paper presentation prize at the 2011 IAHR World Congress and being elected as a Fellow of the Peter Cullen Water and Environment Trust.

Table of Contents

Part I. Framing the Context: 1. Introduction; 2. Water planning and management for the 21st century; 3. Decision-aiding for water planning and management; 4. Co-engineering participatory modelling processes; 5. Intervention research and participatory process evaluation; Part II. Learning through Intervention: 6. Introduction to the intervention cases and lessons from the pilot trial; 7. Creation of the Lower Hawkesbury Estuary Management Plan, Australia; 8. Flood and drought risk management in the Upper Iskar Basin, Bulgaria; 9. Intervention case analysis, extension and discussion; 10. Conclusions and perspectives; Part III. Additional Information: Appendices; References; Index.

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