Winning the Water Wars: watersheds, water policies and water institutions


A. Rola; J. Liguton; H. Francisco (eds)

Type of Document:
Scholarly Article


Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS)

Date of Publication:

Place of Publication:
Makati City, Philippines


Table of Contents: Chapter 1: Toward a Win-Win Water Management Approach in the Philippines / Rola and Francisco Chapter 2: Watershed-Based Water Management Strategy: Why Push for it? / Francisco Chapter 3: A Model of Water Governance in the Philippines / Malayang III Chapter 4: Governance of Water Resources: Realities and Challenges in the Philippines / Elazegui Chapter 5: Competing Uses of Water: Cases of Angat Reservoir, Laguna Lake and Groundwater Systems of Batangas City and Cebu City / Tabios III and David

Chapter 6: Water Allocation Mechanisms and Environmental Service Payments / Francisco Chapter 7: Interactions Between Economic Policies and Institutions in Water Allocation and Use: Theory and Evidence from a Philippine Watershed / Coxhead

Chapter 8: Water Resources Management in a Bukidnon Subwatershed: What Can Community Generated Data Offer? / Rola, Deutsch, Orprecio, and Sumbalan

Chapter 9: Iloilo Watershed Management Coucil: A Local INitiative in Watershed Management / Francisco and Salas

Epilogue: Where Do We Go From Here in Terms of the Water Policy Agenda? / Contreras

Additional Bibliographic Information

Rola, A., H. Francisco and J. Liguton (eds.). 2004. Winning the Water Wars: Watersheds, Water Policies and Water Institutions. Philippine Institute for Development Studies, Makati City, Philippines.

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