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Transforming European Water Governance? Participation and River Basin Management under the EU Water Framework Directive in 13 Member States
Jager, Nicolas W. (Leuphana University Lüneburg. Research Group on Governance, Participation and Sustainability)
Challies, Edward (Leuphana University Lüneburg. Research Group on Governance, Participation and Sustainability)
Kochskämper, Elisa (Leuphana University Lüneburg. Research Group on Governance, Participation and Sustainability)
Newig, Jens (Leuphana University Lüneburg. Research Group on Governance, Participation and Sustainability)
Benson, David (University of Exeter. Environment and Sustainability Institute)
Blackstock, Kirsty (James Hutton Institute. Social, Economic and Geographic Sciences Group)
Collins, Kevin (The Open University. Engineering & Innovation Department)
Ernst, Anna (Institute for Energy and Climate Research—Systems Analyses and Technology Evaluation. Forschungszentrum Jülich)
Evers, Mariele (Universität Bonn. Geographisches Institut)
Feichtinger, Judith (Centre for Social Innovation (CSI), Austria)
Fritsch, Oliver (University of Leeds. School of Geography and water@leeds)
Gooch, Geoffrey (DelPar Environment (Suècia))
Grund, Wiebke (Leuphana University Lüneburg)
Hedelin, Beatrice (Karlstad University. Centre for Climate and Safety)
Hernández-Mora, Nuria (Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Geografía Humana)
Hüesker, Frank (TU Kaiserslautern. Fachgebiet Siedlungswasserwirtschaft)
Huitema, Dave (Open University of the Netherlands. Faculty of Management, Science and Technology)
Irvine, Kenneth (University of Dublin. School of Natural Sciences)
Klinke, Andreas (Memorial University of Newfoundland. Environmental Policy Institute)
Lange, Leonie (Leuphana University Lüneburg)
Loupsans, Delphine (ONEMA, French National Agency for Water and Aquatic Environments)
Lubell, Mark (University of California. Department of Environmental Science and Policy)
Maganda, Carmen (Instituto de Ecología (Mèxic))
Matczak, Piotr (Adam Mickiewicz University. Institute of Sociology)
Parés i Franzi, Marc (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institut de Govern i Polítiques Públiques)
Saarikoski, Heli (Finnish Environment Institute (Helsinki, Finlàndia))
Slavíková, Lenka (Univerzita Jana Evangelisty Purkyne v Ústí nad Labem. IEEP, Institute for Economic and Environmental Policy)
van der Arend, Sonja (SenF–Serious Fiction (Països Baixos))
von Korff, Yorck (Flow-ing (Montferrier sur Lez, França))

Fecha: 2016
Resumen: The European Union (EU) Water Framework Directive (WFD) requires EU member states to produce and implement river basin management plans, which are to be designed and updated via participatory processes that inform, consult with, and actively involve all interested stakeholders. The assumption of the European Commission is that stakeholder participation, and institutional adaptation and procedural innovation to facilitate it, are essential to the effectiveness of river basin planning and, ultimately, the environmental impact of the Directive. We analyzed oficial documents and the WFD literature to compare implementation of the Directive in EU membre states in the initial WFD planning phase (2000–2009). Examining the development of participatory approaches to river basin management planning, we consider the extent of transformation in EU water governance over the period. Employing a mixed quantitative and qualitative approach, we map the implementation "trajectories" of 13 member states, and then provide a detailed examination of shifts in river basin planning and participation in four member states (Germany, Sweden, Poland and France) to illustrate the diversity of institutional approaches observed. We identify a general tendency towards increased, yet circumscribed, stakeholder participation in river basin management in the member states examined, alongside clear continuities in terms of their respective pre-WFD institutional and procedural arrangements. Overall, the WFD has driven a highly uneven shift to river basin-level planning among the member states, and instigated a range of efforts to institutionalize stakeholder involvement—often through the establishment of advisory groups to bring organized stakeholders into the planning process.
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Lengua: Anglès.
Documento: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Materia: River basin management ; Participation ; Stakeholder engagement ; Integrated wàter resources management ; Institutional adaptation ; Mandated participatory planning
Publicado en: Water, Vol. 8 (April 2016) , ISSN 2073-4441

DOI: 10.3390/w8040156


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