2 edition of Political ecology and the role of water found in the catalog.
Political ecology and the role of water
Includes bibliographical references (p. -243) and index
|Series||King"s SOAS studies in development geography|
|LC Classifications||TD313.Y45 L53 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 250 p. :|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||2002028102|
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Read an excerpt of this book. Add to Wishlist. ISBN ISBN 'This book brings together two of the great themes of the modern world, namely the management of scarce water resources and the political ISBN 'This book brings together two of the great themes of the modern world, namely the management of scarce water resources and the political construction of ideas about the environment.
I entirely endorse Gerhard Lichtenthäler's focus on the local and on the periphery - too often these have been swamped by environmental metanarratives imposed on ISBN Buy Political Ecology and the Role of Water: Environment, Society and Economy in Northern Yemen (King's SOAS Studies in Development Geography): Read Books Reviews - This informative book addresses this omission by discussing water resource allocation and management.
It focuses in particular on the socio-economic and political contexts which influence approaches to and determine practices of water management. Taking the example of the tribal communities of the Sadah basin in the northern Yemen, it.
This informative book addresses this omission by discussing water resource allocation and management. It focuses in particular on the socio-economic and political contexts which influence approaches to and determine practices of water management. Taking the example of the tribal communities of the Sadah basin in the northern Yemen, it.
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Abstract: This book looks at the role of traditional political decisions and local perceptions in resource allocation and by: of work has emerged on the political-economy and political-ecology of water and water circulation (GandyLoftusKaikaCastro ). This is re-defining the contours of water resources research and opening up an exciting and vitally important research agenda for the years to come.
Political-ecological perspectives on water. Monographybook Language English CountryTerritory Yemen Subject Water Keyword Freshwater resources management. × Delete record "Political ecology and the role of water: Environment, society and economy in Northern Yemen" You really want to delete this record.
Once the record deleted cannot be retrived. Close Yes, I'm sure. Some 69 percent of the world's fresh water budget is used for irrigated agriculture, which, in turn, is responsible for 70 percent of the world's water pollution.
Fresh water may be in abundance, but safe drinking water may be scarce as a result of biological and chemical contamination from agriculture, industry, and urban ted Reading Time: 11 mins. (). The Political Ecology of Water: An Introduction. Capitalism Nature Socialism: Vol.
14, No. 3, pp. Cited by: moment, political ecology adopts several varying guises. Perhaps the only unifying idea is that already discussed - the desire to politicise environments as a way of changing them.
Because of this, work on the political ecology of water has emerged as something of a distinct sub-field within broader political ecological approaches. A Political Ecology of Women, Water, and Global Environmental Change. March Publisher: Routledge.
Editor: Stephanie Buechler and Anne-Marie Hanson (eds. ) Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins. The geographical approach to political ecology featured in this book centers around two themes: socialenvironmental interactions and the political ecol- on the role of geographic differences in political ecology.
water and air pollution control, that have led, in varying degrees, to improve. Buy Political Ecology and the Role of Water: Environment, Society and Economy in Northern Yemen (King's SOAS Studies in Development Geography) 1 by Lichtenthäler, Gerhard (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gerhard Lichtenthäler. Where Rivers Meet the Sea: The Political Ecology of Water. Where fresh water appears to be abundant and generally accessible, chronic pollution may be relatively ignored as a public issue.
Yet there are those whose lives, livelihoods, and traditions are touched directly by the destructive albeit essential relationship between humans and water. Swatuk focuses on selected aspects of human water use, in particular water for development, cities, and agriculture.
He highlights the discourses at play in determining who gets what kind of water and the centrality of economic and political power in determining social flows of water. Full version published in Palmer, L. Water Politics and Spiritual Ecology: Custom, environmental. governance and development, Routledge, L ondon and New York.
Firstly, to theorise the Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins. Political ecology perspectives emphasise considerations of power to inquire into the intersections between water, infrastructure and political rule to better understand whose decision-making shapes water systems, and how historical, cultural and socio-economic practices lead to the maintenance of inequitable distribution (Boelens,Linton Cited by: 5.
Flore Lafaye de Micheaux, Mukherjee Jenia, in Global Groundwater, Political ecology of water. Political ecology is a field that critically interrogates the naturesociety relations, particularly looking at the power relations that intersect and affect access to natural resources, in order to reveal disparities and injustices in the distribution of costs and benefits (Robbins, ).
Journal of Ecological Anthropology Vol. 17 No. 1 Book Reviews draws theoretically from the (presumably political- economic, but ultimately unspecified) radical left-wing tradition (ix) and empirically from The Political Ecology of the his own research and policy-making experience surrounding the politics of water management, State: The Basis and the primarily in ted Reading Time: 7 mins.
Journal of Political Ecology. (JPE, ISSN: ) publishes research into the linkages between political economy and human environmental impacts, across different locations and academic disciplines. We welcome submissions in English, French and Spanish.
Political Ecology and the Role of Water: Environment, Society and Economy in Northern Yemen: Lichtenthäler, Gerhard: Books - A political ecology analysis of Shanghai.
AU - Dunkerley, David L. PY - 8. Y1 - 8. N2 - This book is about the role that water, and especially potable water, has played in the development of Shanghai. This is China's most populous city and atop-five global megacity (those cites having populations in excess of 10 million); the Shanghai Author: David L.
Dunkerley. Access to water in Khartoum: an essentially political and social issue. 20Although Sudans capital is located in the Sahara with very low amounts of precipitation ( mm of rain per year, during three months), available resources are generally of good quality and plentiful thanks to the presence of both Niles and a significant amount of groundwater (fed by both Niles).
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A capacious, wide-ranging and state-of-the-art compendium, The International Handbook of Political Ecology offers a magnificent tour d'horizon of the field of political ecology drawing upon an impressive and thoroughly internationalised group of its most able practitioners.
Any scholar interested in the origins of the field, its conceptual, methodological and theoretical toolkits, and. The Routledge Handbook of Political 2302 showing how the biophysical characteristics of water, wetlands and biodiversity can make them difficult to manage, commodify and trade (CastreeRobertsonBakker and Bridge the important role of the oceans in the carbon cycle and whether blue.
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Framed within debates over the naturenon-nature divide and in the context of recent developments in radical political ecology, the book offers deep historical analysis of engineering decisions, ecological disputes in forest conservation and water management, as well as scientific disagreements about the sources of salination and dessication.
20 Historical approaches to political ecology Diana K. Davis Part IV, section B introduction: Environmental change 21 Capitalism and the Marxist critique of political ecology Noel Castree 22 Political ecology of risk, hazards, vulnerability, and capacities James L.
Wescoat Jr. A Political Ecology Of Women Water And Global Environmental Change written by Stephanie Buechler and has been published by Routledge this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on with Business Economics categories.
Recent years have witnessed an expanding body of peri-urban and urban scholarship. However, recent scholarship has yet to adequately address the central role of politics and power shaping water quality decline.
The article focuses on the trans-Hindon region which is part of Ghaziabad city, close to Indias capital, Delhi.
We draw upon urban political ecology. We provide unlimited revisions after delivering your order. We will not ask our writer to rewrite the whole essay again for free, we will provide revisions to resolve your issue10().
Her research has focused on to water and land governance, as well related topics such as migration, gender, indigenous knowledge and knowledge politics, and the role of social movements.
In this political ecology in asia dialogue, we discussed about the recent changes in the Mekong River and its impact on riparian communities in Northeast Thailand.
The two volumes share a focus on the Nile, a political ecological approach, and a central role for agency in the politics of water. The books also share a multiscale perspective on the interactions across the state, society, and environment, selecting specific entry points into what Waterbury (, 57) describes as a three-level game.
The paper adopts an approach known as political ecology. Academics have used this term since the s to refer to the relationship of ecological science and environmental politics. Initially, much political ecology focused on environmental conflicts between social actors such as the state and non-governmental organizations on topics where.
Abstract. Political ecology examines the political dynamics surrounding material and discursive struggles over the environment in the third world. The role of unequal power relations in constituting a politicized environment is a central theme. While much of the focus of recent years has been on provincializing political ecology (Lawhon et al., ) and on learning from the South (Schindler, ), a significant body of work now points to relations of power that have produced and reproduced Anglo-American political ecology as ‘the mainstream’ against other – often European – approaches that share the same name.
Why has political ecology been assigned so little attention in tourism studies, despite its broad and critical interrogation of environment and politics? As the first full-length treatment of a political ecology of tourism, the collection addresses this lacuna and calls for the further establishment of this emerging interdisciplinary subfield.Pages 11 B/W Illustrations.
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