New Publication: Harris et al: Negotiated Resilience

New Publication: Harris et al: Negotiated Resilience

L. Harris published an article with E. Chu, and G. Ziervogel that develops the concept of “Negotiated Resilience.” Abstract: Resilience thinking has been roundly critiqued for not accounting for the political – and inherently power-laden – structures that shape decision-making. In the light of the range of critiques as well as the increasing global momentum around resilience […]

New Policy Brief: Shah on Trade-Off Rules for Irrigation Water Re-Allocation

New Policy Brief: Shah on Trade-Off Rules for Irrigation Water Re-Allocation

  S. Shah (2017) Policy Brief: Trade-off rules for irrigation water re-allocation: Global issues and case study insights for the Angat River Basin (Philippines). The University of British Columbia. Many countries, including India, China, and those in sub-Saharan Africa are re-allocating water away from irrigation and deprioritizing water’s use in farming (see cases by Wagle et […]

New Publication: Jepson, Harris, Shah, et al.: Advancing human capabilities for water security: A relational approach

New Publication: Jepson, Harris, Shah, et al.: Advancing human capabilities for water security: A relational approach

EDGES members L. Harris and S. Shah were part of a team that recently collaborated on an article in Water Security that re-conceptualizes water security in relation to broader social and political relations, and human capabilities. The article can be found here.

New Publication: Shah & Zerriffi: Urban water demand, climatic variation, and irrigation-water insecurity: interactive stressors and lessons for water governance from the Angat River basin (Philippines)

New Publication: Shah & Zerriffi: Urban water demand, climatic variation, and irrigation-water insecurity: interactive stressors and lessons for water governance from the Angat River basin (Philippines)

  S. Shah and H. Zerriffi have published an article in Water International, on the combined effects of climatic variation and intersectoral water competition in the Angat Reservoir. Abstract: Climatic variation and intersectoral water competition increasingly challenge the effective provision of irrigation services. This article explores their combined effects on irrigation allocation from the Angat Reservoir […]

New Publication: Shah, Angeles, & Harris: Worlding the Intangibility of Resilience: The Case of Rice Farmers and Water-Related Risk in the Philippines

New Publication: Shah, Angeles, & Harris: Worlding the Intangibility of Resilience: The Case of Rice Farmers and Water-Related Risk in the Philippines

S. Shah, L. Angeles, and L. Harris have recently published an article in World Development on the “social turn” of resilience, using the case of rice farmers in the Philippines. Summary: Agricultural livelihoods are resilient when capable of enduring and overcoming socio-environmental stressors. The “Sustainable Livelihoods Approach”, popularized in development programs, frequently targets farmer capacities […]

EDGES WELCOMES DR. MAYURI SENGUPTA, A BANTING POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW

EDGES WELCOMES DR. MAYURI SENGUPTA, A BANTING POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW

EDGES is pleased to welcome new postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Mayuri Sengupta. Dr. Sengupta is a Banting postdoctoral fellow in the Institute of Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice. Her work focuses on the gendered implications of local forest management in Tripura (Northeast India) by drawing attention to how tribal women are subjected to particular forms […]

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