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New Water Policy and Practice

 
 
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ISSN 2380-6540
 
New Water Policy and Practice will be published twice per year, commencing in 2014. Additional special issues will be published on an ad-hoc basis. Some editions will be focussed on thematic issues (eg urban water conflicts, water pricing policy), some on key events (eg international water conferences, launch of new policy initiatives), some on specific exemplary management challenges and solutions (eg management of a particular river system) and others on emergent scientific disciplinary or education discussions (eg ecohydrology, new learning methodologies). All editions will feature foundational contributions from internationally recognised water leaders, together with submissions expressing new ideas from the world's young water professionals and emerging water leaders. Contributions will be in a broad range of formats, including research papers, reviews, narratives of experiences and case studies, opinion pieces and interviews. Written material, photos and illustrations, audio recordings and film clips are all encouraged. New Water Policy and Practice will provide information and announcements relevant to the Journal aims, including conferences, web-links, reports and a calendar of events. Additionally, the Journal will seek contributions that help identify particularly relevant opportunities for research funding linked to specific issue themes.
 
CURRENT ISSUE:
 
 

 
 

SUSANA NETO, Universidade de Lisboa

JEFF CAMKIN, University of Western Australia

 

MANAGING EDITOR

CAROLINA HENRIQUES, ISCTE Lisbon University Institute, Portugal

 

INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD

ZAFAR ADEEL, United Nations University, Canada

GABRIELE BAMMER, Australian National Universiy, Australia

PILAR CORNEJO, National Secretary of Risk Management, Ecuador

SHAHBAZ KHAN, UNESCO, Indonesia

CLIVE LIPCHIN, Arava Institute, Israel

MIKE MULLER, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

MARK PASCOE, International Water Centre, Australia

CARMEN DOS SANTOS, Universidade de Luanda, Angola

DEMIN ZHOU, Capital Normal University, China

JAIME MELO BAPTISTA, Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil (LNEC), Portugal

 

EDITORS