Dunn, G., Harris, L. Cook, C. and Prystajecky, N. (2014). A comparative analysis of current microbial water quality risk assessment and management practices in British Columbia and Ontario, Canada. Science of the Total Environment 468-469: 544-552.
The main findings of this research and insights for policy makers and practitioners are summarized in this policy brief.
Dunn, G., Harris, L. and Bakker, K. (2015). Microbial risk governance: Challenges and opportunities in Canada. Canadian Water Resources Journal, 40(3): 237-249. [Open Access]
Jollymore, A., McFarlane, K. & Harris, L.M. (2016) Whose input counts? Public consultation and the Water Sustainability Act. Policy Brief. Vancouver: Program on Water Governance
Harris, L. & Simms, R. (2016). “All of the water that is in our reserves and that is in our territories is ours”: Colonial and indigenous water governance in unceded indigenous territories in British Columbia. Project Report. Canadian Water Network & Water, Economics, Policy and Governance Network. French version available here.
The main findings of this research and insights for decision makers are summarized in a policy brief, available in English and French.
Yates, J., Wilson, N., Harris, L. (2017) Multiple Ontologies of Water: Politics, Conflict and Implications for Governance. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35(5): 797–815.
The accepted manuscript of the published article is available here. A policy brief, summarizing the key messages and implications for decision makers from this article is available here.