Earthscan studies in water resource management.
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chapter 1 Introduction: global water ethics: towards a water ethics charter / RAFAEL ZIEGLER chapter 2 The historical and intellectual context of global water ethics / SUSAN LEA SMITH part PART I Ethics and epistemology chapter 3 What is water ethics and to what end do we study it? Lessons for the Water Ethics Charter / SIMON MEISCH chapter 4 Beyond general principles: water ethics in a Deweyan perspective / MARTIN KOWARSCH chapter 5 Incorporating ethics into water decision-making / DAVID GROENFELDT chapter 6 Transcending water conflicts: an ethics of water cooperation / ANGELA KALLHOFF part PART II Global water ethics, local cases and a diversity of perspectives chapter 7 Safe, just and sufficient space: the planetary boundary for human water use in a more-than-human world / RAFAEL ZIEGLER chapter 8 The relevance of ethical factors in the pursuit of integrated water resources management / MAITE MARTÍNEZ ALDAYA, PEDRO MARTÍNEZ-SANTOS chapter 9 A hierarchy of water needs and their implications for allocation mechanisms / ERAN FEITELSON chapter 10 Reflections on water ethics and the human right to water in Khayelitsha, South Africa / LUCY RODINA chapter 11 An ecocentric water allocation across competing demands in an arid inland river basin of northwest China / JIE LIU chapter 12 Water, virtue ethics and traditional ecological knowledge in Rajasthan: Anupam Mishra and the rediscovery of water traditions / RICKI LEVI part PART III Water ethics charters and charting water chapter 13 I yá.axch ́age? (Can you hear it?), or, Héen Aawashaayi Shaawat (marrying the water): a Tlingit and Tagish approach towards an ethical relationship with water / ELEANOR HAYMAN WITH COLLEEN JAMES, MARK WEDGE chapter 14 Developing an ecumenical framework for water justice / SUSAN LEA SMITH chapter 15 Developing a global Water Ethics Charter / DAVID GROENFELDT chapter 16 The Berlin Water Charter: water ethics from an activist's viewpoint / DOROTHEA HÄRLIN chapter 17 Water ethics and water stewardship: personal reflections / ADRIAN SYM.