Water Conflicts and Hydrocracy in the Americas. Coalitions, Networks, Policies

Autores

Franck Poupeau , Instituto Nacional Francês de Pesquisa Científica; Lala Razafimahefa, Instituto Nacional Francês de Pesquisa Científica; Jérémy Robert, Instituto Francês de Estudos Andinos; Delphine Mercier, Instituto Nacional Francês de Pesquisa Científica; Gilles Massardier, Centro de Cooperação Internacional em Pesquisa Agronômica para o Desenvolvimento; Pedro Roberto Jacobi, Universidade de São Paulo. Instituto de Energia e Meio Ambiente

Palavras-chave:

Water Resources, Political-Socioeconomic aspects

Sinopse

This book develops an international comparative approach to water conflicts in several American cities (USA, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia). Struggles for water can be related to different issues: increase in water prices, installation of water catchment systems, negotiations of commissioning contracts, promotion of municipal plans for water delivery, etc. Such conflicts tend to structure coalitions which, in turn, influence policy-making; they impact local orders that are embedded at multiple levels of social practices; they involve most of the environmental and political institutions of a city or a country. In order to understand how these hydrocracies work, this book proposes a new framework of analysis taking into account the beliefs of the protagonists of the conflicts, their positions in the policy networks and their social characteristics.

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Publicado

janeiro 21, 2022

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