CADWAGO: Climate change adaptation and water governance - reconciling food security, renewable energy and the provision of multiple ecosystem services

Recent Work

Welcome to the website of the CADWAGO project. Information about the set up of CADWAGO is available in the pages: 'About', 'Work packages' and 'Cases'. We look forward to your thoughts and comments in response to the CADWAGO blog.

Climate change, variability and extremes: in the context of water governance

Flexibility and adaptability are key qualities for governance paradigms in a changing world of climate change, variability and extremes

Why are collaborative water governance approaches difficult to incorporate? A gender theory perspective

Gender theory as a basis for understanding why environmental agencies have difficulties to incorporate and develop collaborative water governance approaches

Finding their own way towards sustainable water governance

Facilitating social learning and the development of win-win adaptive responses to climate change.

Recent Blog Posts

January 14, 2015 |

Concerted actions to improve water governance – a co-inquiry

The CADWAGO project held its second Governance Learning Workshop on Tuesday 24th June 2014 at Mary Sumner House in...

March 17, 2014 |

Climate change, variability and extremes: in the context of water governance

Flexibility and adaptability are key qualities for governance paradigms in a changing world of climate change, variability and extremes

March 12, 2014 |

Why are collaborative water governance approaches difficult to incorporate? A gender theory perspective

Gender theory as a basis for understanding why environmental agencies have difficulties to incorporate and develop collaborative water governance approaches

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