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- Larson, Kelli L., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Water resources management 2016 v.30 no.3 pp. 899-912
- cities; climate; drought; economic incentives; education; lifestyle; population growth; risk; social justice; stakeholders; uncertainty; water conservation
- ... Recent efforts to influence the efficiency and timing of urban indoor water use through education, technology, conservation, reuse, economic incentives, and regulatory mechanisms have enabled many North American cities to accommodate population growth and buffer impacts of drought. It is unlikely that this approach will be equally successful into the future because the source of conservation will ...
- Larson, Kelli L., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Water resources management 2012 v.26 no.11 pp. 3153-3171
- climate change; ecosystems; freshwater; governance; livelihood; people; social sciences
- ... Freshwater resources might become the most limited resource in the future due to rising demands, climate change, and the degradation of aquatic ecosystems. While the urgency of this challenge is uncontested, water governance regimes still struggle to employ suitable responses. They lack of: taking a comprehensive perspective on water systems; focusing on social actors, their actions, needs, intent ...