Water Policy & Science

Water Economics, Policy and Governance Group (WEPGN)




Water Policy & Science

This theme contributes to Insight by extending social science models of water valuation and management to incorporate complex scientific information and to Connections by providing partners with decision-support frameworks integrating science and social science data and models.

WEPGN projects within this theme include:

  • Horbulyk: “Water Policy and Extreme Climate Events”
  • Krantzberg: “Great Lakes Governance Reform for Place-based Regeneration of the Natural and Built Environment”
  • Mazumder and Renzetti: “Costing climate change: a case study of employing climate, land-use and water quality data to assess the economic impacts of climate change on local public health”
  • Weersink: “Assessing Policies to Improve Water Quality in Agricultural Landscapes”