Border Policy Brief
This article analyzes how local stakeholders along the Canada – U.S. border are increasingly involved in binational governance of water. The article highlights the growing influence of regional, multi-jurisdictional organizations such as the Washington – B.C. Shared Waters Alliance, as well as the changing role of long-standing supranational institutions such as the International Joint Commission. Particular emphasis is given to the topic of the relative institutional capacity of local groups within multi-jurisdictional, international structures. The article concludes with remarks that can guide public policy on local involvement in transboundary water issues.
6 - November
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
United States--Boundaries--Canada; Canada--Boundaries--United States
United States; Canada
Norman, Emma S. and Bakker, Karen J., "Local Stakeholders Governing Water Across the 49th Parallel" (2007). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 46.