«Principles of good governance at different water governance levels»: new publication

How is water governance evolving at different levels of governance and what are the implications for principles of good governance such as equity, legitimacy, efficiency, transparency and accountability? The publication «Principles of good governance at different water governance levels» addresses these issues. It is based on the workshop on «Water and Governance».



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An essay on global water governance and research challenges
by Joyeeta Gupta

The (changing) role of national government in multilevel (water) governance
by Theo Toonen

The governance of large dams – a new research area
by Jill Slinger, Leon Hermans, Joyeeta Gupta, Pieter van der Zaag, Rhodante Ahlers and Erik Mostert

Governance capacities for adaptive water management
by Bert Satijn and Wilfried ten Brinke

Perspectives on water governance – Synthesis and conclusions
by Geert Teisman and Leon Hermans



This publication is a contribution of the Netherlands to the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) of UNESCO.