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45 black & white illustrations, 19 black & white tables
Bruce Lankford, Declan Conway, Dr. Karen J. Bakker, Mark Zeitoun
Table Of Contents
Part 1: Frameworks/Approaches to Water Security 1. Introduction: A Battle of Ideas for Water Security Mark Zeitoun, Bruce Lankford, Karen Bakker and Declan Conway 2. The Web of Sustainable Water Security Mark Zeitoun 3. The Water Security Paradox and International Law: Securitisation as an Obstacle to Achieving Water Security and the Role of Law in De-Securitising the World's Most Precious Resource Christina Leb and Patricia Wouters Part 2: Perspectives and Principles 4. Debating the Concept of Water Security Christina Cook and Karen Bakker 5. Water Security - The Multiform Water Scarcity Dimension Malin Falkenmark 6. Securing Water in a Changing Climate Declan Conway 7. The Role of Cities as Drivers of International Transboundary Water Management Processes Anton Earle 8. The Water-Energy Nexus - Meeting Growing Demand in a Resource-Constrained World Antony Froggatt 9. Water Security for Ecosystems, Ecosystems for Water Security David Tickner and Mike Acreman 10. From Water Productivity to Water Security: A Paradigm Shift? Floriane Clement 11. Transboundary Water Security: Reviewing the Importance of National Regulatory and Accountability Capacities in International Transboundary River Basins Naho Mirumachi Part 3: Water Security as Practice and Practice Debates 12. Easy as 1, 2, 3? Political and Technical Considerations for Designing Water Security Indicators Nathaniel Mason 13. Water Security Risk and Response: The Logic and Limits of Economic Instruments Dustin Garrick and Robert Hope 14. Corporate Water Stewardship: Exploring Private Sector Engagement in Water Security Nick Hepworth and Stuart Orr 15. The Shotgun Marriage: Water Security, Cultural Politics and Forced Engagements between Official and Local Rights Frameworks Rutgerd Boelens 16. Infrastructure Hydromentalities; Water Sharing, Water Control and Water (In)Security Bruce Lankford 17. The Strategic Dimensions of Water: From National Security to Sustainable Security Benjamin Zala 18. Dances with Wolves: Four Flood Security Frames Jeroen Warner 19. Household Water Security and the Human Right to Water and Sanitation Jonathan Chenoweth, Rosalind Malcolm, Steve Pedley and Thoko Kaime Part 4: Conclusion 20. Food-Water Security: Beyond Water Resources and the Water Sector Tony Allan 21. A Synthesis Chapter: The 'Incodys' Water Security Model Bruce Lankford
Bruce Lankford is Professor of Water and Irrigation Policy in the School of International Development at the University of East Anglia, UK. Karen Bakker is a Professor in Geography, Canada Research Chair in Political Ecology, and Director of the Program on Water Governance at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Mark Zeitoun is a Reader in the School of International Development at the University of East Anglia, UK, and co-Director of the UEA Water Security Research Centre. Declan Conway was, at the time of writing, Professor of Water Resources and Climate Change in the School of International Development at the University of East Anglia, UK.