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International WaTERS

The International WaTERS network considers water governance one of the most critical global issues for the 21st century. The network will advance the understanding water resilience and security in the face of increasing climatic and hydrologic variability including the governance, socio-institutional, and equity dimensions of this challenge while maintaining a focus on urban dynamics, and urban-rural linkages.

International WaTERS is made up of academics and practitioners from diverse backgrounds and institutions. Members include; Leila Harris (Program on Water Governance and Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia), Karen Bakker (Program on Water Governance and Geography, University of British Columbia), Karen Brown (Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change, University of Minnesota), Michelle Kooy (UNESCO-IHE), Rutgerd Boelens (Wageningen University), Justicia Hidrica (Wageningen University), Jacqueline Goldin (University of Western Cape, South Africa), Anjal Prakash (SaciWaters India, Lawrence Baker (Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change, University of Minnesota), Mark Johnson (Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia), Gerardo Damonte (Pontifical Catholic University of Peru), Frances Cleaver (King’s College London, UK), Marwan Hassan (Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia, UBC), Farhana Sultana (Syracuse University, New York), Gert Jan Veldwisch (Water Equity Network and Wageningen University), Margreet Zwaterveen (Wageningen University), Shiney Varghese (Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy), Michael Goldman (University of Minnesota), Nikhil Anand (University of Minnesota).

For more information on International WaTERS, see the network’s page at the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change. EDGES students working on this project: Scott McKenzie

Contact email:  internationalwatersubc [at] ubc [dot] ca

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