Developing the capacity to enforce water legislation around the Mediterranean is crucial for the success of regional, national and local initiatives to improve water governance, claims Fuad Bateh.
Spain’s water policy and management system are undergoing profound changes as conflicts mount between traditional stakeholders and newly empowered water users. Writers: Nuria Hernández-Mora & Francesc La Roca For over 100 years, water policy and management in Spain have been instruments of economic and social transformation. Significant public and private investments in water supply infrastructures [...]
The introduction of a model water code in the Mediterranean region could contribute to water law reform and promote equitable allocation and sustainable use of water resources. Growing water scarcity around the world means water laws need to be modernized and reformed, particularly in arid regions such as the Mediterranean. Sustainable practices – both ancient [...]