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Digital Water

2022.01.01

Smart Oceans

2022.01.01

On the blockchain, no one knows you’re a forest

2022.01.01

Conservation acoustics: Animal sounds, audible natures, cheap nature

2021.08.01

Visualizing water-energy nexus landscapes

2021.07.29

Material Worlds Redux: Mobilizing Materiality within Critical Resource Geography

2021.07.13

Disclosing Influence: Hydraulic fracturing, interest groups, and state policy processes in the United States

2020.12.01

Planetary Voyeurism

2020.11.12

Digital Technologies and Dynamic Resource Management

2020.01.01

New forms: Anthropocene Festivals and experimental environmental governance

2019.11.26

Environmental Knowledge Cartographies: Evaluating Competing Discourses in US Hydraulic Fracturing Rulemaking

2019.11.02

Geographies of degrowth: Nowtopias, resurgences and the decolonization of imaginaries and places

2019.08.21

Rendering Technical, Rendering Sacred: The Politics of Hydroelectric Development on British Columbia’s Saaghii Naachii/Peace River

2019.08.01

Engaging Colonial Entanglements: “Treatment as a State” Policy for Indigenous Water Co-Governance

2019.08.01

Contested knowledges in hydroelectric project assessment: The case of Canada’s Site C Dam

2019.05.22

Smart Earth: A meta-review and implications for environmental governance

2018.07.31

Agenda-Setting at the Energy-Water Nexus: Constructing and Maintaining a Policy Monopoly in U.S. Hydraulic Fracturing Regulation

2018.04.10

Indigenous Peoples and Water Governance in Canada: Regulatory Injustice and Prospects for Reform (In book: Water Justice)

2018.01.01

The role of science-policy interface in sustainable urban water transitions: Lessons from Rotterdam

2017.07.01

Debating Unconventional Energy: Social, Political, and Economic Implications

2017.06.21

Large Dam Development: From Trojan Horse to Pandora’s Box (in book: Mega projects and Risk: An Anatomy of Ambition)

2017.03.01

The Business of Water (In book: Oxford Handbook of Water Politics and Water Policy)

2016.12.01

Transcending Borders Through Postcolonial Water Governance? Indigenous Water Governance Across the Canada-US Border

2016.11.01

Canadian Drinking Water Policy: Jurisdictional Variation in the Context of Decentralized Water Governance (In book: Water Policy and Governance in Canada)

2016.10.31

Standing on the shoulders of giants: Understanding changes in urban water practice through the lens of complexity science

2016.10.17

Navigating the Tensions in Collaborative Watershed Governance: Water Governance and Indigenous Communities in British Columbia, Canada

2016.07.01

Hegemony does not imply homogeneity: Thoughts on the marketization and privatization of water (In book: Contemporary Water Governance in the Global South)

2016.04.21

Water Security: Key Issues (In book: Handbook on Water Security)

2016.01.01

Microbial risk governance: challenges and opportunities in fresh water management in Canada

2015.06.29

The Neoliberalization of Nature (In book: Routledge Handbook of Political Ecology)

2015.06.01

Not-quite-neoliberal natures in Latin America: An introduction

2015.06.01

The Water Convention from a North American Perspective (in book: The UNECE Convention to the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes)

2015.04.21

Do good fences make good neighbors? Canada-United States Transboundary Water Governance, the Boundary Waters Treaty, and 21st century challenges

2015.01.01

(Post)Colonial Pipes Urban Water Supply in Colonial and Contemporary Jakarta. (In book: In Cars, Conduits and Kampongs: Modernization of the Indonesian city, 1920-1960)

2014.09.01

The Business of Water: Market Environmentalism in the Water Sector

2014.07.25

Drinking Water Quality Guidelines across Canadian Provinces and Territories: Jurisdictional Variation in the Context of Decentralized Water Governance

2014.05.01

The Eco-Scalar Fix: Rescaling Environmental Governance and the Politics of Ecological Boundaries in Alberta, Canada

2014.01.01

The Governance Dimensions of Water Security: A review

2013.11.13

Debating the ‘post-neoliberal turn’ in Latin America

2013.08.30

Neoliberal Versus Postneoliberal Water: Geographies of Privatization and Resistance

2013.02.27

Constructing ‘Public’ Water: The World Bank, Urban Water Supply, and the Biopolitics of Development

2013.01.01

Water Security: Research challenges and opportunities

2012.08.24

The ‘matter of nature’ in economic geography (in book: The New Companion to Economic Geography)

2012.07.20

Water security: Debating an emerging paradigm

2012.02.01

Splintered Urbanisms: Water, urban infrastructure, and the modern social imaginary (in book: Urban Constellations)

2011.04.30

Water Governance in Canada: Innovation and Fragmentation

2011.04.21

Conflicts over water supply in Jakarta, Indonesia (in book: Urban Water Conflicts)

2011.01.01

The human right to water revisited (in book: The Right to Water)

2011.01.01

Commons versus commodities: political ecologies of water privatization (in book: Global Political Ecology)

2010.12.17

Debating green neoliberalism: The limits of “neoliberal natures”

2010.12.01

Governing Water across the Canada-U.S. Borderland (in book: Borders and Bridges: Navigating Canada’s International Policy Relations in a North America Context)

2010.04.12

The Contradictions in ‘Alternative’ Service Delivery: Governance, Business Models, and Sustainability in Municipal Water Supply

2010.01.01

Participation du secteur privé à la gestion des services des eaux : tendances récentes et débats dans les pays en voie de développement

2009.04.01