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Category Archives: water governance

  1. Can a soft path approach to water management fix Cape Town’s water crisis? February 4, 2018

    Posted in academia, water governance, water insecurity, water policy, water stress.

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  2. World Water Day 2017: Finally, the UN realized wastewater governance is important March 25, 2017

    Posted in World Water Day, academia, wastewater, water governance.

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  3. Paris as a site of field research on water governance March 12, 2017

    Posted in academia, water governance, water policy.

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  4. Governing Bottled Water: Water-Centric Cities and the Commodification of the Human Right to Water April 15, 2016

    Posted in academia, bottled water, conferences, water governance.

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  5. The human right to water: A public policy analysis perspective #UConnRight2Water October 20, 2015

    Posted in academia, policy analysis, research, water governance, water policy, water stress.

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  6. Upcoming talks: Right to Water Conference 2015 at University of Connecticut October 14, 2015

    Posted in academia, research, wastewater, water governance, water policy.

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  7. Bottled water: Commodifying the human right to water August 24, 2015

    Posted in academia, water governance, water stress.

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  8. International Women’s Day 2015: Water, gender, sanitation and uncomfortable truths March 7, 2015

    Posted in water governance, water policy.

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  9. The fallacy of “efficiency” in water privatization discourse May 25, 2014

    Posted in academia, water governance, water policy.

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  10. Remunicipalization: Bringing back “the public” in public service delivery May 4, 2014

    Posted in academia, water governance, water policy.

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  11. Urban water governance: Privatization, scale mismatch and infrastructure March 19, 2014

    Posted in academia, research, water governance, water policy.

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  12. Gender, water and sanitation: Some thoughts for International Women’s Day 2014 March 8, 2014

    Posted in academia, bridging academia and practice, sanitation, wastewater, water governance, water policy.

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  13. The politics of water privatization in Mexico February 4, 2014

    Posted in academia, bridging academia and practice, water governance, water policy.

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  14. Researching “what you really want to” versus “what you know you need to” October 24, 2013

    Posted in academia, research, wastewater, water governance.

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  15. On the evolution of my thinking and research trajectory May 17, 2013

    Posted in academia, research, water governance.

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  16. Transboundary water governance: Many questions, not so many answers March 19, 2013

    Posted in World Water Day, water governance.

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  17. On the divergence of water cooperation and water conflict bodies of scholarship March 18, 2013

    Posted in World Water Day, water governance, water policy.

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  18. Why do I study water? The sheer size of the problem, that’s why. February 5, 2013

    Posted in academia, bridging academia and practice, water governance, water policy, water stress.

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  19. #IGiveAShit, The global politics of sanitation and #WorldToiletDay 2012 #WTD2012 November 17, 2012

    Posted in bridging academia and practice, wastewater, water governance.

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  20. World Water Day 2012: Water and Food Security March 22, 2012

    Posted in World Water Day, bridging academia and practice, water governance.

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