Emma S. Norman
Emma S. Norman
Chair, Environmental Science Department, Northwest Indian College
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Transgressing scales: Water governance across the Canada–US borderland
ES Norman, K Bakker
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (1), 99-117, 2009
Advancing human capabilities for water security: A relational approach
W Jepson, J Budds, L Eichelberger, L Harris, E Norman, K O'Reilly, ...
Water Security 1, 46-52, 2017
Introduction to the Themed Section: Water Governance and the Politics of Scale.
ES Norman, K Bakker, C Cook
Water Alternatives 5 (1), 2012
Water security assessment: integrating governance and freshwater indicators
ES Norman, G Dunn, K Bakker, DM Allen, R Cavalcanti de Albuquerque
Water Resources Management 27, 535-551, 2013
Advancing methods for research on household water insecurity: Studying entitlements and capabilities, socio-cultural dynamics, and political processes, institutions and governance
A Wutich, J Budds, L Eichelberger, J Geere, LM Harris, JA Horney, ...
Water Security 2, 1-10, 2017
Governing Transboundary Waters: Canada, the United States and Indigenous Communities
E Norman
London: Routledge, 2015
Standing up for inherent rights: The role of Indigenous-led activism in protecting sacred waters and ways of life
ES Norman
Water Crises and Governance, 143-159, 2019
Cultural politics and transboundary resource governance in the Salish Sea
E Norman
Water Alternatives 5 (1), 138, 2012
Negotiating water governance: Why the politics of scale matter
ES Norman, C Cook, A Cohen
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2015
La sécurité hydrique: Water security: a primer
E Norman
PoWG: Program on Water Governance, University of British Columbia, 2010
Global civil society? The Johannesburg world summit on sustainable development
DL Carr, ES Norman
Geoforum 39 (1), 358-371, 2008
Water without borders?: Canada, the United States, and shared waters
ES Norman, A Cohen, K Bakker
University of Toronto Press, 2013
To frack or not to frack: Perceptions of the risks and opportunities of high-volume hydraulic fracturing in the United States
A Kreuze, C Schelly, E Norman
Energy Research & Social Science 20, 45-54, 2016
Do good fences make good neighbours? Canada–United States transboundary water governance, the Boundary Waters Treaty, and twenty-first-century challenges
ES Norman, K Bakker
Transboundary Water Cooperation, 100-114, 2018
Introduction: why the politics of scale matter in the governance of water
ES Norman, C Cook, A Cohen
Negotiating Water Governance, 1-16, 2016
Recent developments in Canadian water policy: An emerging water security paradigm
ES Norman, K Bakker, G Dunn
Canadian Water Resources Journal 36 (1), 53-66, 2011
Drivers and barriers of cooperation in transboundary water governance: a case study of western Canada and the United States
E Norman, K Bakker
Report to The Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation, 2005
The shifting geopolitics of water in the Anthropocene
A Clarke-Sather, B Crow-Miller, JM Banister, K Anh Thomas, ES Norman, ...
Geopolitics 22 (2), 332-359, 2017
Who's counting? Spatial politics, ecocolonisation and the politics of calculation in B oundary B ay
ES Norman
Area 45 (2), 179-187, 2013
Transboundary environmental management: A study of the Abbotsford‐Sumas aquifer in British Columbia and western Washington
ES Norman, JO Melious
Journal of Borderlands Studies 19 (2), 101-119, 2004
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