JUSTICE MAPPING

How does water justice fit within the water sector’s silos? Water justice is a cross cutting water challenge. It is central to human rights and sustainability. However, approaches to water justice vary. Bridging the disciplinary divide can be difficult. Technical…

REFLEXIVE INNOVATION

Environmental challenges of this century are characterised by the need for transformative change with both global and local challenges presenting substantial difficulties of different kinds. This requires not just substantial innovations, but also a careful adaptive…

THE GLOBAL SOUTH

In the face of scientific, economic and technological disruptions, creating innovative water polices require novel ways of thinking about policy problems (Whitbread, Linnane, & Davidson, 2017). It demands an understanding of the ontological, theoretical and…

WATER REFORM

Water reforms are hard to conceive, implement, and achieve. There is a rising awareness of the need to efficiently and equitably reallocate water as a response to water scarcity. But, in most countries, it is not clear what innovation in water governance could…

Pacific Island Cities

The governance of urban water access in the Pacific is increasingly recognised as an area in need of innovative approaches in policymaking in order to cope with immediate and looming challenges, both from within the sector and due to the consequences of climate…