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Title Resolving water conflicts workbook / [edited by] Lynette de Silva and Chris Maser
Edition First edition
Published Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2022
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Description 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations (black and white)
Contents The consequence of a decision and the case of the High Aswan Dam / Chris Maser -- Water conflict transformation / Lynette de Silva -- Evolving water governance under United States law / Holly V. Campbell -- Different systems, common conflicts / Liliana Pimentel and Holly V. Campbell -- Rights of nature : the relationship between water and people / Cameron La Follette -- Intertribal fishing conflicts and federal obstruction in Oregon / David G. Lewis -- The role of women in water management in the Deschutes River Basin of Oregon (USA) and the Ferghana Valley of Central Asia / Jaclyn Best and Jahan Taganova -- Water insecurites in two African-American communities / Lynette de Silva -- A global water solution : an example of the sustainable development goal target 6.5 / Melissa McCracken -- Religious worldviews, environmental values, and conflict-management traditions / Josiah J. Shaver
Summary "All students in water and environmental sciences and professionals working in the fields of environmental management and social-environmental sustainability can utilize the framework on real-world case studies and everyday situations to hone competency in making informed problem-solving decisions and help foster more resilient communities and sustainable ecosystems that lead toward a healthier planet"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Lynette de Silva co-directors the Program in Water Conflict Management and Transformation, at Oregon State University. She teaches courses in water resources management; and, transforming water conflicts. She has acted as a consultant to United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), offering training to senior water professionals. Over the past 20 years, she has worked in areas emphasizing water resources and land management practices. In 2019, de Silva co-authored the book entitled, "Resolving Environmental Conflicts: Principles and Concepts," the third edition, through CRC Taylor and Francis Publishers. Chris Maser spent over 25 years as a research scientist in natural history and ecology in forest, shrub steppe, subarctic, desert, coastal, and agricultural settings. I have lived, worked, consulted, and/or lectured in: Austria • Canada • Chile • Egypt • France • Germany • Japan • Malaysia • Mexico • Nepal • Slovakia • Switzerland • and various settings in the United States. Today I am an independent author as well as an international lecturer, facilitator in resolving environmental conflicts, vision statements, and sustainable community development. I am also an international consultant in forest ecology and sustainable forestry practices
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Subject Conflict management.
Environmental mediation.
Water rights.
Water security.
Water-supply -- Political aspects
Conflict management.
Environmental mediation.
LAW / Environmental
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / City Planning & Urban Development
TECHNOLOGY / Environmental Engineering & Technology
Water rights.
Water security.
Water-supply -- Political aspects.
Form Electronic book
Author De Silva, Lynette, editor.
Maser, Chris, editor.
ISBN 1000479137