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New publication: Quantitative Story-Telling of alternative water resources

I am happy to start the new year by sharing a cherished paper I have been working on along this pandemic year, now available in Sustainability Science.

We take a procesual perspective to explain the methodological operationalization of the Quantitative Story-Telling approach in a case study in two of the Canary Islands. We describe the methods mixed at each stage of the research and the outcomes of the process in relation to our core principles: pluralism and reflexivity. The research focussed on the use and management of alternative water resources for irrigation. We still have a lot of material to publish that is relevant for a nexus governance of these resources in arid lands.

Co-creating narratives for WEF nexus governance: a Quantitative Story-Telling case study in the Canary Islands. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11625-021-00933-y

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