Protecting the Water Commons in Vietnam's Craft Villages
Vietnam�s craft villages contain many family-based workshops that specialize in 'traditional� handicrafts as well as newer commodities such as recycled products. The economic benefits brought by recent and rapid growth in the number and size of craft villages are, however, diminished by water pollution and risks to health, agriculture, and other livelihood activities. The government treats water pollution as an externality to be managed through direct regulations, market-based instruments,...[Show more]
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