Special Issue: Transformations to sustainability? Learning from local approaches to groundwater governance
Guest editors: Carolina Domínguez-Guzmán, Muna Dajani, Cristian Olmos-Herrera

Transformation as practice: Learning from everyday dealings with groundwater
Carolina Domínguez-Guzmán, Margreet Zwarteveen and Marcel Kuper

16(1): 1-12                     Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The coloniality of modern water: Global groundwater extraction in California, Palestine and Peru
Vivian Underhill, Linnea Beckett, Muna Dajani, Maria Teresa Oré and Sheeva Sabati

16(1): 13-38                   Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The persistent appeal of the California agricultural dream in North Africa
Marcel Kuper, Pierre-Louis Mayaux and Ahmed Benmihoub

16(1): 39-64                   Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Conjunctive use of canal water and groundwater: An analysis based on farmers’ practices in Ravangaon, Maharashtra
Sneha Bhat, Seema Kulkarni, Rucha Deshmukh, Sachin Bhopal, Margreet Zwarteveen and Simran Sumbre

16(1): 65-86                   Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Watermelons in the desert in Morocco: Struggles around a groundwater commons in-the-making
Lisa Bossenbroek, Hind Ftouhi, Zakaria Kadiri and Marcel Kuper

16(1): 87-107                 Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Sharing difficult waters: Community-based groundwater recharge and use in Algeria and India
M. Amine Saidani, Uma Aslekar, Marcel Kuper and Jeltsje Kemerink-Seyoum

16(1): 108-133                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

A feminist analysis of women farmers navigating groundwater qualities in Maharashtra, India
Irene Leonardelli, Jeltsje Kemerink-Seyoum, Seema Kulkarni, Sneha Bhat and Margreet Zwarteveen

16(1): 134-152                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

From divine to design: Unearthing groundwater practices in Tamil Nadu, India
Andres Verzijl, Vivek M, Ankita Prayag, Veena Srinivasan, Carolina Domínguez-Guzmán and Margreet Zwarteveen

16(1): 153-170                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Knowing groundwater: Embodied encounters with a lively resource
Frances Cleaver, Tavengwa Chitata, Chris de Bont, Kerstin Joseph, Lowe Börjeson and Jeltsje Kemerink-Seyoum

16(1): 171-192                Abstract | Full Text - PDF



The impact of ICTs on social actions for mapping and restoring rivers and streams in the city of São Paulo
Dayana K. Melo da Silva

16(1): 193-206                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Storylines and imaginaries of wastewater reuse and desalination - The rise of local discourses on the Swedish islands of Öland and Gotland
Maria Takman, Michael Cimbritz, Åsa Davidsson and Lea Fünfschilling

16(1): 207-243                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Irrigation systems management in Nepal: Women’s strategies in response to migration-induced challenges
Diana Suhardiman, Manita Raut, Prachanda Pradhan and Ruth Meinzen-Dick

16(1): 244-264                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

A citizen science approach to the characterisation and modelling of urban pluvial flooding
Koorosh Azizi, Stephen Kofi Diko and Claudio I. Meier

16(1): 265-294                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Remaking of wetlands and coping with vulnerabilities in Mexico and Indonesia
Anja Nygren and Anu Lounela

16(1): 295-320                Abstract | Full Text - PDF


AWARE: Annual Water Alternatives Review

From integration to intersectionality: A review of water ethics
Jeremy J. Schmidt

16(2): 321-345                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The logics and politics of environmental flows - A review
Jason Alexandra, Lauren Rickards and Claudia Pahl-Wostl

16(2): 346-373                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Water back: A review centring rematriation and Indigenous Water research sovereignty
Kelsey Leonard, Dominique David-Chavez, Deondre Smiles, Lydia Jennings, Rosanna ʻAnolani Alegado, Lani Tsinnajinnie, Joshua Manitowabi, Rachel Arsenault, Rene L. Begay, Aurora Kagawa-Viviani, Dawn D. Davis, Vincent (Billy) van Uitregt, Hawlii Pichette, Max Liboiron, Bradley Moggridge, Stephanie Russo Carroll, Ranalda L. Tsosie and Andrea Gomez

16(2): 374-428                Abstract | Full Text - PDF


Special Issue: Unconventional waters: A critical understanding of desalination and wastewater reuse
Guest editors: Joe Williams, Ross Beveridge and Pierre-Louis Mayaux

This Special Issue was financially supported by Cirad, France

Unconventional waters: A critical understanding of desalination and wastewater reuse
Joe Williams, Ross Beveridge and Pierre-Louis Mayaux

16(2): 429-443                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Wastewater treatment on Chongming eco-island: The cultural politics of hydrosocial territory-making
Ran Feng, Maarten Loopmans and Kim Tondeur

16(2): 444-462                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Redrawing the hydrosocial cycle through treated wastewater reuse in the Metropolitan Region of Barcelona
Hug March, Santiago Gorostiza and David Sauri

16(2): 463-479                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

'Locking in' desalination in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands: Path dependency, techno-optimism and climate adaptation
Brian F. O’Neill and Anne-Lise Boyer

16(2): 480-508                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Debating desalination: Stakeholder participation and decision-making in southern California
Ekta Patel

16(2): 509-540                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Troubled water: The fraught political economy of wastewater reuse in Morocco and Tunisia
Pierre-Louis Mayaux and Amal Ennabih

16(2): 541-562                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

What’s in a name? Politicising wastewater reuse in irrigated agriculture
Matthijs T. Wessels

16(2): 563-580                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Unequal wastewater rights and claims in Gujarat: Institutional dynamics between urban and rural
Alka Palrecha and Aashini Sheth

16(2): 581-605                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Wastewater reuse in Lebanon: Shedding light on hydro-social politics at multiple scales
Karim Eid-Sabbagh

16(2): 606-631                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Desalination and the reproduction of water injustices in the San Andrés island water crisis
Carolina Velásquez and Tricia Wachtendorf

16(2): 632-658                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Community desalination as new hydrosocial assemblages and scalar politics to satisfy the human right to water in Chile
Robinson Torres, Rodrigo Bórquez, Amaya Álvez, Nicolas Díaz and Jorge Félez

16(2): 659-682                Abstract | Full Text - PDF



Perspectives from the ground: Governing informality of water in Metro Manila
Nazia Hussain and Carmeli Chaves

16(2): 683-704                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Multipurpose use of hydropower reservoirs: Imaginaries of Swiss reservoirs in the context of climate change and dam relicensing
Silvia Flaminio and Emmanuel Reynard

16(2): 705-729                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Contested socio-environmental imaginaries of water and rivers in times of hydropower expansion in Costa Rica
Francesc Rodríguez

16(2): 730-749                Abstract | Full Text - PDF



Governing pandemic waterscapes: Covid-19 and Nairobi metropolitan services as co-catalysts of waterscape changes
Sophie Schramm, Moritz Kasper, Simon Bohlen, Emmanuel Mwenje and Elisabeth Wamuchiru

16(3): 750-768                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Geographies of infrastructure: Everyday governance of urban water supply beyond the utility network in Dar es Salaam
Francis Dakyaga, Sophie Schramm, John. M. Lupala and Dawah Lulu Magembe-Mushi

16(3): 769-792                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Immaterial infrastructures and conflict in the Salween River Basin
Stew Motta, Aaron T. Wolf and E. Lisa F. Schipper

16(3): 793-820                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Echoes of the Okavango Delta – Does the voice of people matter?
Anand Datla, Susanne Schmeier, Gabriela Cuadrado-Quesada and Ronald Mothobi

16(3): 821-848                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The illusion of the container based sanitation solution: Lessons from Khayelitsha, South Africa
Mmeli Dube, Fiona Anciano and Anna Mdee

16(3): 849-868                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The water frontier: Agribusiness vs. smallholder communities in the Brazilian Cerrado
Ludivine Eloy, Andréa Leme da Silva, Osmar Coelho Filho and Stéphane Ghiotti

16(3): 869-891                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Viewpoint – Seeing like a farmer – How irrigation policies may undermine farmer-led irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa
Annelieke Duker

16(3): 892-899                Abstract | Full Text - PDF


Themed Section: Affective hydropolitics
Guest editors: Jenniver Sehring and Aaron Wolf

Affective hydropolitics: Introduction to the Themed Section
Jenniver Sehring and Aaron T. Wolf

16(3): 900-911                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Emotions in water diplomacy: Negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
Wondwosen Michago Seide and Emanuele Fantini

16(3): 912-929                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Central Asian water neighbourhood: A constructivist reconceptualisation of hydropolitics in Central Asia
Timur Dadabaev, Jenniver Sehring and Nigora Djalilova

16(3): 930-948                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Trust in transboundary waters: Identifying trust-building in water diplomacy literature
Marko Keskinen, Elina Häkkinen, Juho Haapala and Bota Sharipova

16(3): 949-977                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Exploring spirituality in water diplomacy
Sharoma Ramawadh, Aaron T. Wolf, Diego Jara and Jenniver Sehring

16(3): 978-911                Abstract | Full Text - PDF