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cover Urban Water Conflicts

Edited by Bernard Barraqué

Urban Water series – UNESCO-IHP

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Livre, 346 pages, figures, tables, boxes, footnotes, glossary, index, references

Format: 24.5 x 17.2 cm (paperback)

2012, 978-92-3-104121-1

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Following from the Sixth Phase of UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme (2002-2007), the Urban Water Series - UNESCO-IHP addresses fundamental issues related to the role of water in cities and the effects of urbanization on the hydrological cycle and water resources. Focusing on the development of integrated approaches to sustainable urban water management, the Series should inform the work of urban water management practitioners, policy-makers and educators throughout the world.

Urban Water Conflicts
Urban water conflicts manifested first in Europe in the 19th century and are observed nowadays in various forms throughout the world; in particular, in developing countries. Main causes of these conflicts are characterized by complex socioeconomic and institutional issues related to urban water management. The debate about public water services versus private water supplies is frequently associated with conflicts over water price and affordability. On the other hand, the issue of centralization versus decentralization of water utilities is also often discussed in the context of institutional aspects of urban water management. These issues are intertwined and, thereby, a critical examination of socioeconomic and institutional aspects of urban water management in a holistic way is important for better understanding water conflicts in urban areas.

Urban Water Conflicts – the output of a project by UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme on “Socioeconomic and Institutional Aspects in Urban Water Management” – presents a collection of essays on socioeconomic and institutional aspects of urban water management, focusing on water and sanitation services. The book examines interdisciplinary approaches to understanding and analyzing conflicts that arise from inadequate urban water management. Conflict analysis is addressed in some essays by taking into account economic, environmental and social dimensions of sustainability. The issue of institutional conflicts between different levels of government is also discussed in some case studies.

MOTS CLES · Afrique au sud du Sahara · Afrique du Sud · Alimentation en eau · Allemagne · Analyse comparative · Argentine · Assainissement · Brésil · Eau · Eau douce · Etats-Unis · France · Gestion des ressources en eau · Inde · Indonésie · Italie · Mexique · Portugal · Règlement de conflit · Utilités publiques · Zone urbaine

 
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