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The challenges in breaking with established patterns of water resources management that inform many of the articles, notwithstanding the impetus of climate change, reinforces the existence of the many human invented social technologies that constrain innovation and change Ison et al. This Special Issue thus charts demands for new understanding of the research-policy-practice relationship for water governance.
This Special Issue arises from ongoing collaborative scholarship by the editors. We would like to acknowledge a number of key people who helped bring this Special Issue to completion.
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Firstly, we thank the reviewers for their comprehensive and high-quality reviews that helped to improve many of the articles. We thank the contributors for their dynamic and diverse perspectives on water governance and their willingness to respond to editorial requests.
We also would like to thank the Editor-in-Chief George Tsakiris and the journal publisher, Springer, for kindly accepting our proposal for this Special Issue. Most importantly, we would like to acknowledge the efforts of Naomi Rubenstein, Research Assistant at the Monash Sustainability Institute, Monash University, for her assistance with managing the editorial process.
The objectives of this Water Governance Research Initiative are to create a community of conversation about water governance in Australia, build collaborative research links, create opportunities for co-researching and information sharing, and provide opportunities for early-career researchers to participate in a national network of researchers and research-users. With this Special Issue, we extend an invitation to participate in the network to any interested readers. Skip to main content.
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Foerster AC Developing purposeful and adaptive institutions for effective environmental water governance. Garnaut R The Garnaut review Australia in the global response to climate change. Godden L, Kung A Water law and planning frameworks under climate change variability: systemic and adaptive management of flood risk. Harris, E The impact of institutional path dependence on water market efficiency in Victoria, Australia.
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Earthscan, London Google Scholar. Pollard S, du Toit D Towards adaptive integrated water resources management in southern Africa: The role of self-organisation and multi-scale feedbacks for learning and responsiveness in the Letaba and Crocodile catchments, Water Resour Manage. The impact of climate change will be felt more strongly in the future — and in Germany too. This is the conclusion reached in what is called the vulnerability analysis, a comprehensive study on Germany's vulnerability to climate change.
Background and Goals The central concern of the project is to investigate how the transition from prevailing water management practices to an adaptive river basin management in the future can be best achieved.
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Content time January to December Parameter climate signals Altered rainfall patterns Higher average temperatures Extreme precipitation incl. The synthesis of the results of the project has yielded the following products, among others: Prototype of a conceptual framework for management and change processes Management and Transition Framework, MTF , including databases on management processes, learning processes and general system descriptions of the various river basins.
Evaluation of water resource scenarios for the case study regions that take into account the latest results from climate projections. Comparison of the adaptation strategies in the different regions to illustrate the differences in the level of awareness and in the climate change strategies used. Special publication on civic participation, in which the diversity of participatory approaches in research and management practice will be presented.
NeWater adaptive water management handbook, in which the benefits, results and experiences will be presented. Online academic curriculum for supplying teaching materials on the subject of the adaptive management of river basins.