Edited By: Barbara Rose Johnston
765 pages, 434 colour & 21 b/w illustrations
A product of the UNESCO-IHP project on Water and Cultural Diversity, this book represents an effort to examine the complex role water plays as a force in sustaining, maintaining, and threatening the viability of culturally diverse people. It is argued that water is a fundamental human need, a human right, and a core sustaining element in biodiversity and cultural diversity. The core concepts utilized in this book draw upon a larger trend in sustainability science, a recognition of the synergism and analytical potential in utilizing a coupled biological and social systems analysis, as the functioning viability of nature is both sustained and threatened by humans.
1. Water and cultural diversity
2. Culture and Water in Diverse Environments
3. Water value, access, use, and control: sociocultural contexts of water scarcity
4. Hydrodevelopment, Cultural Diversity and Sustainability
5. The Ways Forward
6.Water, Cultural Diversity and Biodiversity: United Nations statements, resolutions and treaties
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