Opportunities and Barriers for Water Co-Governance—A Critical Analysis of Seven Cases of Diffuse Water Pollution from Agriculture in Europe, Australia and North America

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Last Updated September 10, 2018, 15:39 (Europe/Berlin)
Created July 26, 2018, 11:35 (Europe/Berlin)
E-mail marta.arenas@imdea.org
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Abstract An analytical framework for assessing opportunities and barriers of co-governance, defined as collaborative societal involvement in the functions of government, and its suitability for mitigation of Diffuse Water Pollution from Agriculture (DWPA), using seven case studies in Europe (Poland, Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK), Australia (Murray-Darling Basin) and North America (State of Minnesota).
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Classification Inland waters
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Free keywords collaborative governance; decentralized decision-making; non-point source pollution; nutrient management; water governance
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Related publications Graversgaard, Morten; Hedelin, Beatrice; Smith, Laurence; Gertz, Flemming; Højberg, Anker L.; Langford, John; Martinez, Grit; Mostert, Erik; Ptak, Emilia; Peterson, Heidi; Stelljes, Nico; van den Brink, Cors; Refsgaard, Jens C. (2018). "Opportunities and Barriers for Water Co-Governance—A Critical Analysis of Seven Cases of Diffuse Water Pollution from Agriculture in Europe, Australia and North America." Sustainability 10, no. 5: 1634.
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