Droughts, Crisis Management and Water Rights
When searching for alternative institutional arrangements to cope with drought, it is important to realise that drought is only an exacerbation of resource issues which are often already present during normal, non-drought periods. Conflicts within and between sectors, states, and countries, which already exist, are certain to be intensified during drought.
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