When Management Fails: Evolutionary Perspectives and Adaptive Frameworks for Responding to Water Problems

  • Marcus Moench Institute for Social and Environmental Transition
  • Ajaya Dixit Nepal Water Conservation Foundation, Kathmandu
Keywords: water management

Abstract

Their paper takes as its starting point in a growing skepticism that integrated management is an adequate -or in some cases/appropriate paradigm to address many water related problems. The paper highlights the conceptual and practical limitations of integrated water management and encourages exploration of alternatives.

Keywords: water management

 

Water Nepal Vol. 12, No. 1&2, 2006 Page: 143-205

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Author Biographies

Marcus Moench, Institute for Social and Environmental Transition

Director; Institute for Social and Environmental Transition

Boulder, Colorado

 

Ajaya Dixit, Nepal Water Conservation Foundation, Kathmandu

Director; Nepal Water Conservation Foundation, Kathmandu

Published
2009-06-17
How to Cite
Moench, M., & Dixit, A. (2009). When Management Fails: Evolutionary Perspectives and Adaptive Frameworks for Responding to Water Problems. Water Nepal, 12(1), 143-205. Retrieved from https://www.nepjol.info/index.php/WN/article/view/1962
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