Guidance document for water governance analyses. Political and sOcial awareness on Water EnviRonmental challenges.
Resilience Management & Governance
“The document consists of an introduction to the topic, a concise discussion of ICT applications in urban planning and urban water planning and the research agenda which opens up for this project. We present two parts of our proposed analysis in the four KDCs – the water Governance Capacity Framework (GCF; section 3.1) as an assessment of the baseline governance situation, and an in-depth case study analysis of collaborative learning between citizens, local authorities and a multiplicity of other stakeholders in the KDCs (section 3.2). The GCF is a comprehensive analysis of the main enabling conditions that determine the governance capacity needed to address specific water challenges. In the analysis of collaborative learning, we focus on how collaborative learning takes place among diverse actors, and how particular socio-economic, political, cultural and technological circumstances influence the process and outcomes of information sharing and knowledge co-production When analysing these interactions, we focus on a broad range of stakeholders who include but are not limited to citizens, professionals, and politicians.”
(Citaat: Koop, S.H.A., Muhktarov, F., et al. – Guidance document for water governance analyses. Political and sOcial awareness on Water EnviRonmental challenges. Deliverable 4.7 POWER H2020 European Project (2017))