The STEER project will host a session during the Leverage Points 2019 conference (http://leveragepoints2019.leuphana.de/), which will take place in Lüneburg, Germany, on February 6th-8th. In session 6.2 entitled “Institutional design for transformative change in water governance”, STEER researchers are going to address innovations for integrated, adaptive water management and transformations towards sustainable governance of water resources, based on insights from Germany, Spain, Mongolia, and South Africa.
The STEER session will take place on Friday from 13.45 to 15.15 h (room 40.146) and include the following presentations:
- Identifying incoherencies and coordination challenges as potential points of leverage: A comparative case study of a German and Spanish river basin
- Miles and miles to go – From institutional reform to local outcomes. A case study on mining and water protection in Mongolia
- Implications of Institution Transfers for Regional and Local Governance: The Effects of IWRM Implementation on Water Governance in the uMngeni River Basin, South Africa
- Analysing inter-sectoral coordination deficits for sustainable water management: Coupling a network approach with an ecosystem service perspective in the Weser-Ems Region, Germany