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Nhan đề: Adaptive delta governance: learning from dynamic deltas.
Tác giả: Huntjens, Patrick
Valk, Sieske
Zhang, Ting
Warner, Jeroen
Từ khoá: Natural resources
Southeast Asia
Water diplomacy
Năm xuất bản: 2015
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Hague Institute for Global Justice policy brief 15;
Tóm tắt: In deltas humans interact constantly and intensively in rapidly growing numbers with their ecological environment against a backdrop of increasing climate change impacts. The fundamental question is how do governance systems, as a nexus of science, policy and society, cope with uncertainties and complexity in the socio-ecological system in different deltas? This nexus implies a need to design more sustainable and equitable policies based on solid scientifi c ground to respond to the needs of societies and people. This policy brief refl ects on key lessons learned and the way forward in three deltas: the Rhine-Meuse in the Netherlands, the Mekong in Vietnam, and the Sacramento–San Joaquin River in the United States. It provides recommendations for improving delta governance targeted at practitioners, policymakers, and researchers working on climate change, environmental policy, politics, and governance. The recommendations focus on dealing with the uncertainties of the impacts of climate change, on closing the innovation gap between science, policy and society, and on facilitating effective stakeholder participation, learning and integration.
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