Book Review: Water Resource Management in a Vulnerable World

Access to water is poised to be the issue future wars will be fought over, especially in the context of global climate change and its current and projected impacts. In Water Resource Management in a Vulnerable World: the hydro-hazardscapes of climate change, Daanish Mustafa, a Reader in Human Geography at King’s College, London, argues that the mostContinue reading “Book Review: Water Resource Management in a Vulnerable World”

Link Pack #5: Hydro-hazardscapes, waste management and mainstreaming CC adaptation

Book: I am reading the latest book by Daanish Mustafa (Reader, Geography at King\’s College, London) \’Water Resource Management in a Vulnerable World: The Hydro-hazardscapes of Climate Change\’. He introduces the concept of \’hydro-hazardscapes\’ to effectively capture the non-economic, socio-cultural values of water as well as emphasise the different constructions of threat as perceived by different stakeholders by usingContinue reading “Link Pack #5: Hydro-hazardscapes, waste management and mainstreaming CC adaptation”