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Beyond the public-private dichotomy: An institutional analysis of drought robustness in the Riegos del Alto Aragon irrigation project (Global Water Forum)

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The increased global exposure to climate change disturbances such as droughts and floods has generated a new interest in understanding how communities at different scales cope with those threats.

This paper aims to contribute to fill that gap by offering some explanations of the ability of more than 10,000 farmers in the Riegos del Alto Aragon (RAA) project to cope with droughts through a mixture of common property and private property institutions.

Dr. Sergio Villamayor-Tomas, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

 

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