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    Governance and Sustainability at a Municipal Scale: The Challenge of Water Conservation

    Furlong, Kathryn, Bakker, Karen J
    Canadian public policy, 2011, Vol.37(2), pp.219-237 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    An uncooperative commodity : privatizing water in England and Wales

    Bakker, Karen J
    Oxford : Oxford Univ. Press
    2003
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    Titre: An uncooperative commodity : privatizing water in England and Wales / Karen J. Bakker
    Auteur: Bakker, Karen J
    Editeur: Oxford : Oxford Univ. Press
    Date: 2003
    Collation: 224 p. : ill.
    Collection: Oxford geographical and environmental studies
    Documents dans cette collection: Oxford geographical and environmental studies
    Classification: LC HD4465
    Identifiant: 019925365X (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb399289031 (URN)
    No RERO: R004580615
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R004580615/html?view=FR_V1

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    Privatizing water : governance failure and the world's urban water crisis

    Bakker, Karen J
    Ithaca : Cornell University Press
    2010
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    Titre: Privatizing water : governance failure and the world's urban water crisis / Karen Bakker
    Auteur: Bakker, Karen J
    Editeur: Ithaca : Cornell University Press
    Date: 2010
    Collation: 303 p. : ill.
    Sujet RERO: Services des eaux - Approvisionnement urbain en eau - Droit à l'eau - Privatisations - Déréglementation - Réseaux (aménagement du territoire)
    Sujet LCSH: Municipal water supply -- Political aspects - Privatization - Right to water - Water utilities -- Deregulation
    Contient: Governance failure : reframing the urban water supply "crisis" -- Material emblems of citizenship : creating "public" water -- Watering the thirsty poor : the water privatization debate -- Citizens without a city : the techno-politics of urban water governance -- Protesting privatization : transnational struggles over the human right to water -- Commons versus commodities : the ambiguous merits of community water-supply management -- Politics and biopolitics : debating ecological governance
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [259]-296) and index
    Classification: LC HD4456
    Identifiant: 9780801447235 (cloth : alk. paper) (ISBN); 9780801474644 (pbk. : alk. paper) (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb424806582 (URN)
    No RERO: R005670558
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    A Political Ecology of Water Privatization

    Bakker, Karen J
    Studies in Political Economy, 01 March 2003, Vol.70(1), pp.35-58 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Paying for Water: Water Pricing and Equity in England and Wales

    Bakker, Karen J.
    Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 1 January 2001, Vol.26(2), pp.143-164 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    From public to private to … mutual? Restructuring water supply governance in England and Wales

    Bakker, Karen J
    Geoforum, 2003, Vol.34(3), pp.359-374 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Privatizing Water, Producing Scarcity: The Yorkshire Drought of 1995

    Bakker, Karen J
    Economic Geography, 01 January 2000, Vol.76(1), pp.4-25 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Testing An Identification Algorithm for Extragalactic OB Associations Using a Galactic Sample

    Wilson, Christine D., Bakker, Karen J.

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    Privatizing water: governance failure and the world's urban water crisis

    Bakker , Karen J.
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    Titre: Privatizing water: governance failure and the world's urban water crisis
    Auteur: Bakker , Karen J.
    Editeur: Ithaca, N.Y: Cornell University Press
    Date: 2010
    Sujet: Water Utilities ; Deregulation ; Right To Water ; Municipal Water Supply ; Political Aspects ; Privatization
    Description: Karen Bakker. Includes bibliographical references and index. ; xvi, 303 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
    Identifiant: 9780801474644 (ISBN); 0801447232 (ISBN); 0801474647 (ISBN); 9780801447235 (ISBN)

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    Titre: Drinking Water Quality Guidelines across Canadian Provinces and Territories : Jurisdictional Variation in the Context of Decentralized Water Governance
    Auteur: Dunn, Gemma; Harris, Leila; Bakker, Karen J.
    Editeur: The University of British Columbia
    Date: 2017
    Description: This article presents the first comprehensive review and analysis of the uptake of the Canadian Drinking Water Quality Guidelines (CDWQG) across Canada’s 13 provinces and territories. This review is significant given that Canada’s approach to drinking water governance is: (i) highly decentralized and (ii) discretionary. Canada is (along with Australia) only one of two Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) member states that does not comply with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommendation that all countries have national, legally binding drinking water quality standards. Our review identifies key differences in the regulatory approaches to drinking water quality across Canada’s 13 jurisdictions. Only 16 of the 94 CDWQG are consistently applied across all 13 jurisdictions; five jurisdictions use voluntary guidelines, whereas eight use mandatory standards. The analysis explores three questions of central importance for water managers and public health officials: (i) should standards be uniform or variable; (ii) should compliance be voluntary or legally binding; and (iii) should regulation and oversight be harmonized or delegated? We conclude with recommendations for further research, with particular reference to the relevance of our findings given the high degree of variability in drinking water management and oversight capacity between urban and rural areas in...
    Identifiant: 10.14288/1.0357983 (DOI)