This Policy Brief highlights the need for water management to incorporate complexity and uncertainty and introduces the concepts of resilience? and ?adaptive co-management.? It emphasises the need to go from conventional to ecosystem-oriented adaptive freshwater management.
Copyright 2005 Swedish Water House; Centre for Transdisciplinary Research (CTM) at Stockholm University; Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI); International Executive Service Corp (IESC); Albaeco.
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Title: Resilience: Going from Conventional to Adaptive Freshwater Management for Human and Ecosystem Compatibility
Publication date 2005-01-01
Publication Year 2005
, Centre for Transdisciplinary Research (CTM) at Stockholm University
, International Executive Service Corp (IESC)
, Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
, Swedish Water House
, Europe (Scandinavia) / Sweden / Kristianstad
, North America / United States (Midwestern) / Wisconsin (Lake Mendota)
, swedish water
, water house
, policy briefs
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