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The Brisbane Declaration and Global Action Agenda on Environmental Flows (2018)

Angela H. Arthington, Anik Bhaduri, Stuart E. Bunn, Sue E. Jackson, Rebecca E. Tharme, Dave Tickner, Bill Young, Mike Acreman, Natalie Baker, Samantha Capon, Avril C. Horne, Eloise Kendy (+4 others)
2018 Frontiers in Environmental Science  
Arthington et al. (2018) is the emphasis given to full and equal participation for people of all cultures, and respect for their rights, responsibilities and systems of governance in environmental water decisions. These social and cultural dimensions of e-flow management warrant far more attention. Actionable recommendations present a pathway forward for a new era of scientific research and innovation, shared visions, collaborative implementation programs, and adaptive governance of
more » ... ance of environmental flows, suited to new social, and environmental contexts driven by planetary pressures, such as human population growth and climate change. The Brisbane Declaration on Environmental Flows
doi:10.3389/fenvs.2018.00045 fatcat:rhgs4v65lnbd5lys7nfpgistg4