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Nhan đề: Decision-making for systemic water risks: Insights from a participatory risk assessment process in Vietnam.
Tác giả: Wyrwoll, Paul R.
Grafton, R. Quentin
Daniell, Katherine A.
Long, Chu Hoang
Ringler, Claudia
Lien, Le Thi Ha
Khoi, Dang Kim
Nam, Do Thang
Tuan, Nguyen Do Anh
Từ khoá: Agriculture
Food production
Natural resources
Water policy
Risk management
Năm xuất bản: 25-Mar-2018
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Agu Publication;
Tóm tắt: Systemic threats to food-energy-environment-water systems require national policyresponses. Yet complete control of these complex systems is impossible and attempts to mitigatesystemic risks can generate unexpected feedback effects. Perverse outcomes from national policy canemerge from the diverse responses of decision-makers across different levels and scales of resource gov-ernance. Participatory risk assessment processes can help planners to understand subnational dynamicsand ensure that policies do not undermine the resilience of social-ecological systems and infrastructurenetworks. Researchers can play an important role in participatory processes as both technical special-ists and brokers of stakeholder knowledge on the feedbacks generated by systemic risks and policydecisions. Here, we evaluate the use of causal modeling and participatory risk assessment to developnational policy on systemic water risks. We present an application of the Risks and Options Assessmentfor Decision-Making (ROAD) process to a district of Vietnam where national agricultural water reformsare being piloted. The methods and results of this project provide general insights about how to supportresilient decision-making, including the transfer of knowledge across administrative levels, identificationof feedback effects, and the effective implementation of risk assessment processes
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