Jakeman, International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, Switzerland, pp. Edited by Philip Brick, Donald Snow, and Sarah Van de Wetering 2000. But it goes much wider than that. Argent, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc. A Jurisprudential Model for Sustainable Water Resources Governance Douglas E.
Elgaronline requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books or journals. Sustainability, Governance and Water Management in New Zealand Trevor Daya-Winterbottom 8. His research has focused on the application of sustainability principles to business. This has been extended even to new models of organisational decision-making which are more devolved and participatory, and to the extension of occupation health and safety to areas of general welfare and well-being. Experts across a wide range of specialist fields including social sciences, informatics, ecology and hydrology are brought together in this truly multidisciplinary approach to water management. Human rights and participation are also shown to play an increasingly important role in terms of both law and financing of water projects. Despite this official recognition, there is no consensus on the practical meaning of public participation.
Sustainability, Governance and Water Management in New Zealand Trevor Daya-Winterbottom 8. States have also initiated water projects to improve social welfare, often with significant impacts on the environment. Please login through your library system or with your personal username and password on the. In addition to the recognition of the nature of water, there is also an apparent need for addressing water concerns in a co-operative manner. To fulfill the requirement of sustainable development, the efficiency with which resources are utilized has to be improved.
Matters of wider social responsibility, Friedman argued, should be left to the democratic process that underpinned legislation. J Hrebicek, G Schimak, R Denzer, Springer, Berlin Germany, pp. Despatched in 4 to 6 days. Post, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc. Sustainability principles began to be applied systematically to business in the 1990s.
The decades after Friedman saw many approaches which opposed this view and argued instead for ethical and socially responsible business behaviour on its own ground. It has been framed as a series of responses to an article by Milton Friedman, the noted American economist, who famously proposed that the sole social responsibility of business is to be profitable. Some of these earth resources renewable and non-renewable are oil and gas, coal, water, metal ore, wind, air etc. Concepts, Approaches and Challenges, Springer Nature, Online, pp. The Right to Water and its Misconceptions, Between Developed and Developing Countries Nicola Lugaresi 15.
If you know of missing items citing this one, you can help us creating those links by adding the relevant references in the same way as above, for each refering item. It highlights the central importance of integrated water resources management and cooperation in achieving sustainability. Mobile phones eventually break down or are discarded, and the question of their disposal becomes material: can they be recycled or reused? Historical and Sociopolitical Context of the Western Watersheds Movement, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 35 3 :493-503 1999. Thus the geological perspectives of earth resources refer to origin and occurrence of these earth resources while the engineering perspectives refer to the processes involved in the extraction mining , processing and utilization of the resources. Singh, Mauland Azad College, India, pp. The main concerns associated with earth resources, therefore, are generally the costs and environmental impacts of extracting, transporting, and refining them.
A Jurisprudential Model for Sustainable Water Resources Governance Douglas E. University of Colorado 1987 Bio: Doug Kenney has been with the Natural Resources Law Center since 1996. It highlights the central importance of integrated water resources management and co-operation in achieving sustainability. Post, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc. International Legal Perspectives on the Utilization of Trans-Boundary Rivers: The Case of the Ethiopian Renaissance Nile Dam Habtamu Alebachew 4.
They provide the reader with integrated insights into water resource management practices that underpin the three pillars of sustainable development — environment, economics and society — through a series of international case studies and theoretical frameworks. The economics of earth resources deals with the supply, demand and allocation of the resources. Newham, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc. He explores their relevance for contemporary society; how the norms of current international and national legal regimes are responding; and, most importantly, how legal rights and duties should be structured so as to achieve sustainability in the future. Achieving Ecologically Sustainable Development in Multi-level Water Governance Regimes: The Case of the Murray Darling Basin Ganesh Keremane, Jennifer McKay and Zhifang Wu 10.