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Research news | 2020-05-26
Focusing on processes and relations rather than entities can help solve key challenges in sustainability research
Research news | 2020-03-10
We talk and think in terms of things and entities that are stable and unchanging. This is understandable, but misguided, researchers argue
Research news | 2019-12-18
Why conflict is to be expected in the process of transitioning to good water governance, and why it is okay
Research news | 2019-05-30
Efforts to involve more stakeholders when managing regional water basins has had limited success. Municipalities play a unique role in order to make progress
Research news | 2019-03-08
By expressing their interests in technical terms, previously excluded actors are able to gain influence and have their voices heard. Others remain marginalised