Recent water sector reform in New Zealand
Addressing NPSP (non-point source pollution) is the Achilles heel of water sustainability in New Zealand and internationally. This oral presentation discusses this environmental problem and questions how do we design appropriate institutional arrangements for water governance to avoid, remedy or mitigate NPSP in liberal democracies. Collaborative water governance is addressed and New Zealand initiatives are looked at. Canterbury and Hurunui examples are given and the authors' research is then discussed.
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