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The Politics, Design, and Effects of a Bioregional Approach: The Case of River Basin Organizations
Guest Editorial
The politics of river basin organizations: institutional design choices, coalitions, and consequences
Dave Huitema and Sander Meijerink
Cooperative and adaptive transboundary water governance in Canada’s Mackenzie River Basin: status and prospects
Michelle Morris and Rob C de Loƫ
The politics of establishing catchment management agencies in South Africa: the case of the Breede-Overberg Catchment Management Agency
Richard Meissner, Nikki Funke, and Karen Nortje
Partnering for bioregionalism in England: a case study of the Westcountry Rivers Trust
Hadrian Cook, David Benson, and Laurence Couldrick
The evolution and performance of river basin management in the Murray-Darling Basin
Andrew Ross and Daniel Connell
The institutional design, politics, and effects of a bioregional approach: observations and lessons from 11 case studies of river basin organizations
Sander Meijerink and Dave Huitema
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087