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Water policy, imagination and innovation : interdisciplinary approaches / edited by Robyn Bartel, Louise Noble, Jacqueline Williams and Stephen Harris.

Contributor(s): Bartel, Robyn [editor.] | Noble, Louise Christine [editor.] | Williams, Jacqueline A. (Jacqueline Anne) [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018Description: xxi, 270 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138729377 (hbk.).Subject(s): Water resources development -- Government policy -- Australia | Water-supply -- Government policy -- Australia | Water rights -- AustraliaDDC classification: 333.9100994 BAR
Contents:
Blue sky thinking in water governance: understanding the role of the imagination in Australian water policy / Louise Noble, Stephen Harris and Graham Marshall -- Aboriginal rainmakers: a twentieth century phenomenon / Lorina L. Barker -- "Like manna from heaven?": just water, history and the philosophical justification of water property rights / A. J. Walsh -- Progressing from experience-based to evidence-based water resource management: exploring the use of "best available science" to integrate science and policy / Darren S. Ryder -- Accounting for water, past, present and future / Liz Charpleix -- Rethinking the value of water: stewardship, sustainability, and a better future / Michael Allen Fox -- Stewardship arrangements for water: an evaluation of reasonable use in sustainable catchment or watershed management systems / Mark Shepheard -- Water knowledge systems / Patricia Please, Lorain Barker and Jacqueline Williams -- Water policy for resilient agri-environmental landscapes: lessons from the Australian experience / Richard Stayner and Melissa Parsons -- Waterworks: developing behaviourally effective policies to manage household water use / Donald W. Hine, Lynette McLeod, and Aaron B. Driver -- Quixotic water policy and the prudence of place-based voices / Robyn Bartel, Louise Noble and Wendy Beck -- Heterotic water policy futures using place agency, vernacular knowledge, transformative learning and syncretic governance / Robyn Bartel, Louise Noble and Wendy Beck.
Summary: "Taking as its starting point the claim that there is a stalemate in contemporary water policy design, this book explores creative interdisciplinary and potentially transformative solutions."--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Blue sky thinking in water governance: understanding the role of the imagination in Australian water policy / Louise Noble, Stephen Harris and Graham Marshall -- Aboriginal rainmakers: a twentieth century phenomenon / Lorina L. Barker -- "Like manna from heaven?": just water, history and the philosophical justification of water property rights / A. J. Walsh -- Progressing from experience-based to evidence-based water resource management: exploring the use of "best available science" to integrate science and policy / Darren S. Ryder -- Accounting for water, past, present and future / Liz Charpleix -- Rethinking the value of water: stewardship, sustainability, and a better future / Michael Allen Fox -- Stewardship arrangements for water: an evaluation of reasonable use in sustainable catchment or watershed management systems / Mark Shepheard -- Water knowledge systems / Patricia Please, Lorain Barker and Jacqueline Williams -- Water policy for resilient agri-environmental landscapes: lessons from the Australian experience / Richard Stayner and Melissa Parsons -- Waterworks: developing behaviourally effective policies to manage household water use / Donald W. Hine, Lynette McLeod, and Aaron B. Driver -- Quixotic water policy and the prudence of place-based voices / Robyn Bartel, Louise Noble and Wendy Beck -- Heterotic water policy futures using place agency, vernacular knowledge, transformative learning and syncretic governance / Robyn Bartel, Louise Noble and Wendy Beck.

"Taking as its starting point the claim that there is a stalemate in contemporary water policy design, this book explores creative interdisciplinary and potentially transformative solutions."--

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