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The book is designed to achieve two major purposes. The first is to describe the developments in water management policy in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. The strategic approach, the collaborative engagement, and, the nested adaptive systems approach represent a paradigm shift in water management in New Zealand. The second is to delineate the sustainability framework that underpins the Canterbury approach. The framework is based on the concept of developing sustainability strategies to address critical failure pathways. While the focus of the book is on Canterbury, comparative applications of the framework to issues in other parts of New Zealand and international issues are included.
The book can be used in at least two ways. The first is the application of a sustainability framework to the management of water in the Canterbury region. The second is the exposition of a sustainability framework that can be applied to the management of water in a region with the application to Canterbury as an illustrative case study.
The book has an introduction and four parts. The introduction (Chap. 1) sets out the scope of the book. The first part (Chaps. 2, 3, 4 and 5) provides the institutional and theoretical framework. The second part (Chaps. 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10) addresses the potential failure pathways for the management of the water resource system in Canterbury. The third part (Chaps. 11 and 12) describes the sustainability methods and their application to Canterbury water issues. The fourth part (Chaps. 13, 14 and 15) looks at the implications for water management in the region and the further changes needed to achieve sustainable management .
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