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Rule: Reforming Water Governance

By: International Union for Conservation of Nature
Rule: Reforming Water Governance
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This toolkit will introduce readers to the central role played by policy, law and institutions in designing and implementing good governance for water resources. It will guide users through approaches to reforming water governance, including useful mechanisms for incorporating environmental considerations into water laws and policies. It is intended for use by water professionals, working in water management, who do not have a law background.

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By: International Union for Conservation of Nature
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