How should we compare?
The support of water management researchers and practitioners globally for integrated water resource management has been rhetorically dominant for two or three decades but there are very few successful examples of implementation. This discrepancy is highlighted by the lack of obvious alternatives. No one seems to be arguing for another approach. It is hard to even frame alternatives let alone agree with them. But success in making the transition to better management remains elusive. Surely it...[Show more]
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