Our multimedia work
- Youtube video ‘MusicAcqua: variazioni (musicali) sul clima – eng subtitles’, cinearena, 2015. https://youtu.be/Cijz0lb7X0M
- Youtube video ‘Interviews about water governance in Sardinia and especially in Arborea’, cinearena, 2015. https://youtu.be/gB94nO_elVg
- Youtube video ‘La canzone di Arborea (The song of Arborea)’, cinearena, 2015. https://youtu.be/PrzfV0Sp2VA
- Youtube video ‘Climate Adaptation and Water Governance (CADWAGO), Neil Powell, Tim Smith, Neil Holbrook, Julia Baird, Ryan Bullock, Dana Thomsen, Rodger Tomlinson, and Maria de Lourdes Melo Zurita, 2015. https://youtu.be/54OL13PSww0
- Digital story ‘A tale of navigating messiness with diverse constellations of stakeholders’, Neil Powell and Annemarieke de Bruin, 2015. http://www.cadwago.net/?page_id=737
Overview of the project
CADWAGO management team (Neil Powell and Annemarieke de Bruin)
The following video provides a broad overview of the Cadwago project, exploring the problem space of water governance and how the different research lenses within the Cadwago project can help to unpack the complex landscape of institutional and behavioural challenges surrounding water dilemmas in order to unlock/develop theoretical and practical solutions to reconciling food security, renewable energy and the provision of multiple ecosystem services.
Governance learning around Flooding and flood risk
BESRC and USC CADWAGO project teams (in order of appearance: Neil Powell, Tim Smith, Neil Holbrook, Julia Baird, Ryan Bullock, Dana Thomsen, Rodger Tomlinson, and Maria de Lourdes Melo Zurita)
The following video introduces the problem space of flood risk against the backdrop of the floods in Brisbane, Australia in 2011 and the Calgary floods in Canada in 2013. Findings from a survey to elicit perspectives of ecosystem resilience and responsiveness across different nationalities are summarised and explained within the context of lived experiences of flooding and exposure to flood risk. The latter half of the video focuses on the different water world views present within water governance and how these shape constructs of water dilemmas and in turn, influence the design and implementation of policies around flood management and access to water.