Water Ethics - Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene
There is an urgent need for an ethical stance on water, one that incorporates the human right to water, in the context of greater global justice. Water management faces considerable challenges including persistent uncertainty and complexity, difficulties of predicting costs and benefits, and contending value frameworks of keenly interested stakeholders. Motivating experimentation and innovation in water governance is the recognition that governments alone lack capacity to be fully effective, and that civil society actors are well resourced to help fill in governance gaps. New approaches to water governance should aim to achieve equity, efficiency, resilience, security, and sustainability.
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