VII. Transitions in Water Governance

What is the role of individuals in steering transitions towards adaptive modes of governance? In this interview, Rebekah Brown (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia), discusses the features of adaptive governance, and the role of individuals and “champions” in mobilizing political capital to create change. You can listen to Rebekah live during the Amsterdam conference , on December 3rd, 13.45-15.15. Interview by Stijn Brouwer (IVM, Amsterdam).

[Interview with Rebekah Brown. 9:37 minutes.]

Associate Professor Rebekah Brown specialises in the broad governance and transition management dimensions of urban water resources. She leads Monash University’s National Urban Water Governance Program and currently engages with interdisciplinary issues relating to institutional development, organisational change and regime transformation in relation to urban environments becoming more sustainable.

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