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Waterwise : The Water Crisis
Rainfall patterns in Australia are changing and drought is becoming a part of life for many people. Find out how to use less water in your home and garden, and learn how waste water can be recycled. There's plenty we can do to solve our water shortages.
Recycle This : Tips On Green Living!
Includes plastic, paper, ceramics and textiles!
In this disposable world we live in, this fabulous book is packed with ideas for recycling and reusing things that we would normally throw away.
A collection of hints and tips on reusing and recycling everyday objects! From using cans and bottles for quirky containers, to making peg bags from old shirts and using egg cartons for storing Christmas baubles, there are lots of ways in which to make good use of everyday items found lying around the home - things you may think are only good for the bin.
Covering paper, plastic, tin, glass, ceramics, textiles and more, this book shows how even an old pair of tights can have a new, useful life!
With the increasing threat of climate change and global warming, never before has there been a greater emphasis on reusing, recycling and reducing our waste to help save the planetâ€™s resources.
This book enables you to make a difference in your own home through showing you how to reuse and recycle objects that otherwise would have gone to landfill.
Water Policy Entrepreneurs
This major volume focuses on the role of policy entrepreneurs in revolutionizing water management worldwide. Adopting an international comparative perspective, the authors explore the changes taking place in water policy across fifteen countries, at both the global level and within the European Union. Their analysis highlights the importance of groups and individuals in stimulating progress and reveals the crucial part played by policy entrepreneurs.
Successful entrepreneurs use various strategies to initiate and implement change, including the framing and reframing of issues, the assembly of coalitions, venue shopping and the exploitation of windows of opportunity. In showcasing the role of entrepreneurs in achieving transitions and explaining their approach, this groundbreaking book presents an optimistic message for those who desire improvements in the way water is managed.
This book will not only make a unique contribution to the current literature on transition management, but will also prove an invaluable tool for those keen to influence water policy management at the regional, national and international level. It will be of great interest to students and scholars of water resources and environmental management and governance, as well as practitioners in the fields of water and climate policy.
Contributors include: S. Alp, A. Baskan, G. Becker, A. Bhat, D. te Boekhorst, Z. Chen, Z. Flachner, N. Font, V. Galaz, P. Garden, J. Goldin, J. Gupta, S. Hughes, H. Ingram, A. Kibaroglu, D. Kibassa, L. Lebel, G. Lei, R. Lejano, L. Li, P. Matczak, J. McKay, P. Mollinga, S. Na Nan, V. Narain, P. Olsson, L. Partzsch, T. Smits, J. Subirats, N. Subsin, A. Turton, S. Werners, M. Wilder, X. Yu
This title is Co-Published with Edward Elgar
More information about this book can be found on the WaterWiki in an article written by the author here: http://www.iwawaterwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Articles/Theroleofwaterpolicyentrepreneursinadaptationtochangeinthewatersector
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