News: Projects:Water policy
Prof. Young hopes that this water sharing paper will inspire a new dialogue and start a search for robust water-sharing arrangements that will withstand the test of time. In some areas, a few policy tweaks may be all that is necessary. In other areas, a major rethink may be necessary.
Efficient participatory irrigation institutions to support productive and sustainable agriculture in South Asia
This project focusses on irrigation in Bihar and Assam, east India, and Sindh and Punjab provinces, Pakistan. The project aims to improve the analytical skills and understanding of policy makers and irrigation officials, specifically as they relate to PIM/IMT.
This research project aims to use such evidence to examine how the national benefits from returning water to the environment in Australia’s MDB could be optimised.
A major focus for this mobile lab is on decision-making in local contexts.
he purpose of this project is to fortify a continuing dialogue around water issues between the EU and Australia.
Key insights include the importance of attending to the development of institutional arrangements that enable individual users to trade water.
This project is searching for ways to bring investment confidence back to the electricity sector.
This study aims to identify and analyse the impediments in water markets in the Murray-Darling Basin (MDB).
The objective is to identify the magnitude of costs associated with different categories, and their direction over time, such that insights for other jurisdictions and external parties may be formed.
This project aims to develop a greater understanding of farm behaviour and adaptation to water stress, to allow a new approach to water policy in a range of water catchments.