Bibliography - Water Security
Following is a selection of major peer-reviewed contributions that deal with water governance issues. It gives a specific insight into the concept of "water security". A brief comment introduces each reference to facilitate users’ reading.
Water security could be broadly defined as a water system that provides enough water, in terms of quantity and quality, to human or non-human users. Water security is ensured if users are safe from water access and water-related risks. This notion appears central in water governance narratives and is often linked to notions such as the water nexus and integrated water resource management (IWRM). The idea of water security initially came from practitioners, and later on academics took interest on it. The notion was already used to a great extent in 1990’s, but since 2004-2005 water security became a key notion to water governance and related publications rose sharply.
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