|Department||The Program on Water Governance at UBC|
|Author||Emma Norman with Karen Bakker, Christina Cook, Gemma Dunn, and Diana Allen|
|Publisher||Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication|
Water Security: A Primer (Policy Report)
Developing a Canadian Water Security Framework as a Tool for Improved Governance in Watersheds
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: The Evolving Concept of Water Security
1.1 The Water Security Challenge
1.2 How Water Security is Defi ned: Evolution of Water Security Defi nitions
1.3 Elements of a Water Security Paradigm in Canada
1.3.1 Water Security versus Secure Water
1.4 Transboundary Water Security
1.5 Summary: What is Water Security?
CHAPTER 2: Water Security in Action
2.1 Assessing Water Security
2.1.1 What is an Indicator?
2.1.2 Who Develops Indicators?
2.1.3 Who Uses Indicators?
2.1.4 Approaches to Assess Water Security in Canada: An Inventory of Indicators
2.1.5 Key Findings
2.1.6 Existing Water Resource Indices
2.1.7 Indicators of Healthy Ecosystems / Evaluating Stressors
2.2 Putting Water Security in Action
2.2.1 What is Water Governance?
2.2.2 What is “Good Governance”?
2.2.3 Delegated and Collaborative Water Governance
CHAPTER 3: Securing Water for Our Future - Next Steps
3.1 Steps to Help Achieve Water Security: