This special Issue gives a holistic picture of opportunities and challenges for managing the urban water environment in terms of quality or quantity in a sustainable manner. It provides valuable information about sustainable water resource management in the urban landscape, which is very much useful for policy-makers, decision-makers, local communities, and other relevant stakeholders. Considering the complex nature of urban water security, emerging approaches like socio-hydrology, landscape ecology, regional-circular-ecological sphere etc., which present a perfect combination of hard (infrastructure) and soft (numerical simulations, spatial technologies, participatory approaches, indigenous knowledge) measures, are the potential solutions to manage this precious water resource in coming future.
Water Resource Management through the Lens of Planetary Health Approach
Socio-Hydrological Approach for Water Resource Management and Human Well-Being in Pinglin District, Taiwan
Socio-hydrology: A Holistic Approach to Water-Human Nexus in Large Riverine Islands of India, Bangladesh and Vietnam
Scenario-Based Hydrological Modeling for Designing Climate-Resilient CoastalWater Resource Management Measures: Lessons from Brahmani River, Odisha, Eastern India
Water Security in a Changing Environment: Concept, Challenges and Solutions