Volume 12 | Issue 2

June 2019

Special Themed Section: Remunicipalization: The future of water services?
Guest Editors: David A. McDonald and Erik Swyngedouw

The new water wars: Struggles for remunicipalisation
David A McDonald and Erik Swyngedouw

Legal barriers to remunicipalisation? Trade agreements and investor–state investment protection in water services
Britta Kynast

Will the Empire strike back? Powerbrokers and remunicipalisation in the water sector
David A McDonald

The deadlock of metropolitan water remunicipalisation in Barcelona
Hug March, Mar Grau-Satorras, David Saurí and Erik Swyngedouw

Building a counter-hegemonic movement: The struggle for public water in Marseille, France
Susan Spronk and Emily Sing

Power asymmetries and limits to eminent domain: The case of Missoula water’s municipalisation
Cory Mann and Mildred Warner

Water justice will not be televised: Moral advocacy and the struggle for remunicipalisation in Jakarta
Emanuele Lobina, Vera Weghmann and Marwa Semesta

Which way will the winds blow? Post-privatisation water struggles in Sofia, Bulgaria
Georgi Medarov and David A McDonald

Special Themed Section: Moving beyond the commodity/commons dichotomy: The socio-political complexity of Peru’s water crisis
Guest Editors: Karsten Paerregaard and Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen

Moving beyond the commodity/commons dichotomy: The socio-political complexity of Peru’s water crisis
Karsten Paerregaard and Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen

Assembling Commons and Commodities: The Peruvian Water Law between Ideology and Materialisation
Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen

Liquid accountability: Water as a common, public and private good in the Peruvian Andes
Karsten Paerregaard

Managing a mega project: Experts and the commodification of water infrastructures in Peru
Susann Ullberg

Formalization of water use and conditional ownership in Colca Valley, Peru
Astrid Stensrud

How to value water: Commoning and commodifying water in Yanque, Peru
Malene Brandshaug

Articles

Designing institutions for watershed management: A case study of the Urmia Lake Restoration National Committee
Jalil Salimi, Reza Maknoon and Sander Meijerink

Water Alternatives 12(2):                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Hybrid constellations of water access in the digital age: the case of Jisomee Mita in Soweto-Kayole, Nairobi
Prince K. Guma, Jochen Monstadt and Sophie Schramm

Water Alternatives 12(2):                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Beyond the river: Elite perceptions and regional cooperation in the Eastern Nile
Rawia Tawfik

Water Alternatives 12(2):                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Nebraska’s Natural Resource District system: Collaborative approaches to adaptive groundwater quality governance
Gregory N. Sixt, Laurens Klerkx, J. David Aiken and Timothy S. Griffin

Water Alternatives 12(2):                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Re-conceptualising water conservation: Rainwater harvesting in the desert of the southwestern United States
Lucero Radonic

Water Alternatives 12(2):                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Linking water services and human wellbeing through the Fundamental Human Needs framework: The case of India
Francesco M. Gimelli, Briony C. Rogers, and Annette J.J. Bos

India’s development cooperation in Bhutan’s hydropower sector: Trends, concerns, and public perception
Udisha Saklani and Cecilia Tortajada

Viewpoint

Viewpoint − Water innovation for a circular economy: The contribution of actors from the grassroots
Rafael Ziegler

Water Alternatives 12(2):                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

World Water Week 2018 Section

Green infrastructure in informal settlements through a multiple-level perspective
Loan Diep, David Dodman and Priti Parikh

Investments in innovative, urban sanitation - Decision-making processes in Sweden
M. Lennartsson, J. McConville, E. Kvarnström, Marinette Hagman and Hamse Kjerstadius

Irrigation and equality: An integrative gender-analytical approach to water governance with examples from Ethiopia and Argentina
Laura Imburgia

 

Volume 12 | Issue 3

October 2019

Special Themed Section: Cultural Political Economy for critical water studies: Strengths and limitations
Guest Editor: Peter P. Mollinga

Cultural political economy of irrigation management in northeastern Ethiopia: The case of the Kobo-Girana Valley Development Programme
Million Gebreyes and Detlef Müller-Mahn

Water Alternatives 12(3):                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Reform and regression: Discourses of water reallocation in Mpumalanga, South Africa
Rebecca Peters and Philip Woodhouse

Water Alternatives 12(3):                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Note: Final titles and authorship might slightly differ. In case of delayed resubmission by contributors, articles might also only be published in the following issue.