Cash, Corrine

Water, Energy, Food and People Across the Global South

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Table of contents

1. Perspectives on the Nexus: Water, Energy and Food Security in an Era of Climate Change
Larry A. Swatuk, Corrine Cash

2. Water, Energy and Food: The Problematic Aspects of the Transition from ‘Silo Approach’ to ‘Nexus Approach’ in the Arab Region
Maha Al-Zu’bi, Noel Keough

3. Natural Capital Accounting and Ecosystem Services Within the Water–Energy–Food Nexus: Local and Regional Contexts
Natasha Tang Kai

4. Pigs, Prawns and Power Houses: Politics in Water Resources Management
K. M. Jensen, R. B. Lange, J. C. Refsgaard

5. Mitigating the Korle Lagoon Ecological Pollution Problem in Accra, Ghana, Through a Framework for Urban Management of the Environment
Jeffrey Squire

6. La Plata River Basin: The Production of Scale in South American Hydropolitics
Luis Paulo Batista Silva

7. The Social Flows of Water in the Global South: Recognizing the Water-Gender-Health ‘Nexus’
Amanda Leo, Elizabeth Lougheed, Larry A. Swatuk, Joanna Fatch

8. Water as Threat and Solution: Improving Health Outcomes in Developing Country Contexts
Ashlea Weber, Jodi Baker, Lisa Gaudry, Larry A. Swatuk

9. Household Water Insecurity in Different Settlement Categories of Ngamiland, Botswana
Krasposy Kujinga, Cornelis Vanderpost, Gagoitseope Mmopelwa, Wellington R. L. Masamba

10. Evolution or Illusion? The Okavango Delta Management Planning Process Versus the Conventional Planning System in the Face of Climate Change and Variability in Botswana
Lapologang Magole, Phemo K. Kgomotso

11. Evaluating an Agri-Environmental Network and Its Role in Collaborative Problem-Solving
Hugh Simpson, Rob Loë, David Rudolph

12. The New Green Revolution: Enhancing Rainfed Agriculture

for Food and Nutrition Security in Eastern Africa
Adi Dunkelman, Meghann Kerr, Larry A. Swatuk

13. Afterward: Closing Thoughts on the Water–Food–Energy–Climate Nexus
Richard A. Matthew

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, International Political Economy, African Politics, Latin American Politics, Middle Eastern Politics, Climate Change Management and Policy, Energy Policy, Economics and Management

Publication year
International Political Economy Series
Page amount
27 pages
Printed ISBN

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