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Year: 2017
Around the world it has proven very difficult to develop policies and interventions that ensure socio environmentally sustainable groundwater use and exploitation
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Year: 2016
We define and explore hydrosocial territories as spatial configurations of people, institutions, water flows, hydraulic technology and the biophysical environment that revolve around the control of water
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Year: 2015
Groundwater forms the basis for millions of rural and urban livelihoods around the world
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Year: 2014
This article reviews, illustrated by two case studies, how struggles around scales play out in three globally hegemonic trends in river governance: (1) stakeholder participation for (2) integrated water resources management (IWRM), conceived at (3) the watershed or river basin level
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