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Governing urban water services in Europe: Towards sustainable synchronous regimes

Published inJournal of Hydrology, vol. 573, p. 994-1006
Publication date2019
Abstract

Understanding the diversity of urban water regimes in Europe require dealing with governance instruments, actors strategies and institutional environment. To embrace it, we propose a typology of synchronous urban water regimes delineating four ideal forms. We highlight how actors strategies are embedded in institutional regimes and how sustainability perspectives depend on this urban configuration. It gives insights on sustainable transitions: their feasibility, constraints and opportunities.

Keywords
  • Water governance
  • Urban sustainability
  • Complexity
  • Institutional regimes
  • Public policy
Funding
  • Swiss National Science Foundation - InfraGouv (FNS n°169521)
Citation (ISO format)
RENOU, Yvan, BOLOGNESI, Thomas. Governing urban water services in Europe: Towards sustainable synchronous regimes. In: Journal of Hydrology, 2019, vol. 573, p. 994–1006. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.03.039
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