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This article addresses three interconnected questions related to Mexico’s irrigation management transfer program. These are the political construction of the management transfer policy, the political process of generating consent for the program among water users in irrigation districts, and...
This article examines the changing roles of crossborder civil society during the development of water and wastewater infrastructure projects in the San Diego-Tijuana region. It reviews the legislation and policies that defined the projects’ goals and funding options, describes changes in...
This article focuses on the effects of democratization and changing intergovernmental relations on Taiwan’s watershed management. It also includes the case of the TaipeiWatershed Management Bureau in managing an individual watershed, the Taipei Water Special Area, to assess the problems of...
This article examines water politics in Guanajuato. Focusing on the social construction of risk, it is argued that the region is vulnerable to water shortages due to political competition. State officials have promoted economic activity and demographic growth without concern for the area’s...
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