International Water Politics
|Collections||ANU Crawford School of Public Policy|
|Title:||International Water Politics|
|Publisher:||Global Water Forum|
Water security has become a central feature of the global policy agenda. Climate change, population growth, and pollution are altering the distribution of water resources and the political control of these resources is becoming increasingly contested. These and other water security threats are a source of conflict not only within countries but across international boundaries. International water politics describes the interactions between governments, non-government organisations, researchers, and other actors that determines how and whether water management issues are addressed.
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