Publications

Books

Rozzi, R. et al., (2015) Earth Stewardship: Linking Ecology and Ethics in Theory and Practice. Springer

Rozzi, R. et al. (2013) Linking Ecology and Ethics for a Changing World. Springer

Groenfeldt, D. (2013). Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis. Rutledge, London

Barlow, M. (2013). Blue Future: Protecting Water for People and the Planet Forever. The New Press.

Johnson, B (Ed) (2012). Water, Cultural Diversity and Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures? UNESCO.

Brown, p. G & J. J. Schmidt (Eds) (2010). Water Ethics: Foundational Readings For Students and Professionals. IslandPress.

Llamas, M. R., Martínez-Cortina, L & A. Mukherji (Eds). (2007). Water Ethics: Marcelino Botín Water Forum 2007. CRC Press.

Articles and Reports

“The Role of Ethics in the Globalization of Water and Food”. Water Policy 14 (2012). Special Issue. Editor in Chief Dr. Jerome delli Priscoli and Guest Editors Dr. Lucia De Stefano and Prof. Dr. Ramón Llamas.

Groenfeldt, D. (2015). Handbook for Crafting a Local Water Ethics Charter.  Water-Culture Institute, occasional paper.

Schmidt, J and Mitchell, K. R. (2014). Property and the Right to Water: Toward a Non-Liberal CommonsReview of Radical Political Economics, 46(1): 54–69.

Babidge, S. (2015).Contested value and an ethics of resources: Water, mining and indigenous people in the Atacama Desert, ChileThe Australian Journal of Anthropology [early view, May 2015].

Rossi, G. (2015) Achieving ethical responsibilities in water management: A challenge.Agricultural Water Management, 147(2015):96-102

Biewald, E. et al. (2015). Ethical aspects in the economic modeling of water policy options. Global Environmental Change, 30(2015): 81-91.

Stefanovic, I. L. (2015). Ethics, Sustainability, and Water Management: A Canadian Case Study. In: W. Leal Filho and V. Sümer (Eds.) Sustainable Water Use and Management: Examples of New Approaches and Perspectives. Springer International Publishing.

Datta, P. S. (2015). Ethics to protect groundwater from depletion in IndiaGeological Society, London, Special Publications, 419. 

Schmidt, J. J. & C. Z.Rossi, G. (2015) Achieving ethical responsibilities in water management: A challenge.Agricultural Water Management, 147(2015):96-102

Hassan, Fekri A. (2004). A Historical PerspectiveWater and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Kader, Asmal. (2004). Water in Civil SocietyWater and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Aureli, Alice and Claudine Brelet. (2004). Women and Water: An Ethical Issue. Water and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Appelgren, Bo. (2004). Water in AgricultureWater and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Porto, Monica. (2004). Human Health and SanitationWater and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Llamas, Ramon. (2004). Use of GroundwaterWater and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Acreman, Mike. (2004). Water and EcologyWater and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Dooge, James. (2004).  Water-Related DisastersWater and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Teniere-Buchot, Pierre F. (2004). Financial PerspectivesWater and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Barraque, Bernard. (2004). Institutional IssuesWater and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Munasinghe, Mohan and J. Martin Trondalen. (2004). Water Resources Conflicts Water and Ethics. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Hayman, E. (2014). Héen Kas’él’ti X̱oo : Among the Ragged Lakes “Storytelling Water” North of the Future. In: A. M. Hanson & S. Buechler (Eds.), A Political Ecology of Women, Water and Global Environmental Change. Routledge

Schmidt, J. (2014)  Water Management and the Procedural Turn: Norms and Transitions in AlbertaWater Resource Management 2014.

Groenfeldt, D. & J. Schmidt (2013) Ethics and Water GovernanceEcology and Society 18(1):14.

Meehan, C (2013) The Ethics of Water. Homiletic and Pastoral Review 2013.

J. Liu, A. Dorjderem, J.Fu, X. Lei, H. Liu, D.Macer, Q.Qiao, A.Sun, K.Tachiyama, L.Yu & Yi Zheng (2011). Water Ethics and Water Resource Management.  UNESCO Bangkok.

The CEO Water Mandate (2010). Guide to Responsible Business Engagement with Water Policy. United Nations Global Compact, Pacific Institute.

Jennings, B., Heltne, P. & K. Kintzele. (2009) Principles of Water EthicsMinding Nature 2(2): 25-28.

Armstrong, A (2009).  Further Ideas towards a Water EthicWater Alternatives 2(1):138-147.

Postel, S (2008).  The Missing Piece: A Water EthicThe American Prospect 2008.

Brelet, C. (2004). Best Ethical Practice in Water Use. UNESCO.

Priscoli, L. D., Dooge , J. & R. Llamas. (2004). Water and Ethics Overview. UNESCO.

Kolars, J. (2000). The spatial attributes of water negotiation: the need for a river ethic and river advocacy in the Middle East. In: H. A. Amery & A. T. Worf (Eds). Water in the Middle East: a geography of piece. University of Texas Press.

Selborne, L. (2000) The Ethics of Freshwater Use: A Survey. UNESCO.

Leopold. L. (1997). A Reverence for Rivers. Geology 5(July): 429-430.

Leopld. L. (1990) Ethos, Equity and the Water ResourceEnvironment 32(2):16-41.