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Water Policy Entrepreneurs

Water Policy Entrepreneurs

A Research Companion to Water Transitions around the Globe

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Edited by Dave Huitema and Sander Meijerink

This major volume focuses on the role of policy entrepreneurs in revolutionizing water management worldwide. Adopting an international comparative perspective, the authors explore the changes taking place in water policy across fifteen countries, at both the global level and within the European Union. Their analysis highlights the importance of groups and individuals in stimulating progress and reveals the crucial part played by policy entrepreneurs.

Chapter 10: The Contribution of Actors to Achieving Sustainability in Australia through Water Policy Transitions

Sara Hughes and Jennifer McKay

Subjects: environment, environmental politics and policy, management natural resources, water, politics and public policy, environmental politics and policy


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