This report summarises the key problems and issues, experience in the case study areas and examples of good practice in water governance in the Asia-Pacific region.
The report, commissioned by AusAID and prepared by the University of Sydney, investigates the complexities and dynamic aspects of water regulatory systems in Indonesia, Vanuatu, Thailand, Vietnam and the Mekong region and addresses the following themes:
- Drivers of change
- Catchment management and issues of scale
- Public, private and community roles in water governance
- Equity issues associated with market-based water governance reform
- Conflict and risk in water governance