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Schreiner, Barbara

Transforming Water Management in South Africa

Schreiner, Barbara - Transforming Water Management in South Africa, ebook

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Table of contents

1. The Political, Social and Economic Context of Changing Water Policy in South Africa Post-1994
Barbara Koppen, Barbara Schreiner, Saliem Fakir

2. Water Resource Situation, Strategies and Allocation Regimes in South Africa
Johan Rooyen, Marna Lange, Rashid Hassan

3. Water Services in South Africa 1994–2009
Kathy Eales

4. Water, Sanitation and Wastewater Management: Some Questions for National Water Security in South Africa
Kathy Eales

5. Transforming Legal Access to Water to Redress Social Inequity and Economic Inefficiency
Gavin Quibell, Robyn Stein, Ashwin Seetal, Noxolo Ncapayi

6. Protecting Aquatic Ecosystem Health for Sustainable Use
Harrison Pienaar, Antonia Belcher, Dana F. Grobler

7. Catchment Management Agencies: A Case Study of Institutional Reform in South Africa
Eiman Karar, Gugu Mazibuko, Thomas Gyedu-Ababio, Derek Weston

8. National Water Security: Planning and Implementation
Chris Moseki, Toriso Tlou, Cornelius Ruiters

9. Pricing of Water for Cost Recovery, Economic Efficiency and Social Equity
Mahomed Vawda, Nicola King, Mike Muller

10. Mainstreaming Gender in Water Management in South Africa
Barbara Koppen, Barbara Schreiner, Eiman Karar

11. The Role of Information Systems Management in the Management of Water
Mark Dent

12. The Water Research Commission
Jayant Bhagwan

13. Transboundary Water Management Issues Under the NWA and Regional Collaboration, Policies and Conventions
Reginald Tekateka

14. Lessons and Conclusions
Barbara Schreiner, Rashid Hassan

Keywords: Economics/Management Science, Environmental Economics, Agricultural Economics, Environmental Law/Policy/Ecojustice, Sustainable Development, Development Economics, Environmental Management

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Global Issues in Water Policy
Page amount
28 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789048193677

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