This project was to assisted rural communities in complying with changes in permissible levels of arsenic in public drinking water supplies and to explore joint community opportunities in doing so. The Public Policy Center helped to coordinate efforts between stakeholders, allowing experts in many areas to discuss related issues and advise rural communities.
Water Resources Management Archives - Page 2 of 3 - University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
Center staff were tasked with engaging a group of Nebraskans in a discussion about water management policies such as the Interstate Republic River Compact, the Platte River Habitat Recovery Plan, and a variety of other water quality and quantity issues affecting the environmental and economic well-being of the state. Four senators from the Unicameral’s Natural […]
This project investigated of the role of democracy in the governance of political subdivisions of a state that are responsible for managing regional water resources. Selected Ohio Conservation Districts served as case studies.
This five-year, $3.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation funded a multidisciplinary graduate program focused on resilience and adaptive governance in stressed watersheds. This collaborative program integrated scientific, social, economic and legal aspects of managing complex water issues. The Public Policy Center worked on applicable policy and social science issues. The program educated […]
Knowledge Discovery and Information Fusion Tools for Collaborative Systems to Adaptively Manage Uncertain Hydrological Resources
There is a critical need to accurately and efficiently assess and manage water quantity. This is a challenge because water management is conducted under conditions of uncertainty about current and future water resources. Adaptive water management has become the policy heuristic for flexible water management that responds to ever changing physical and social demands. The […]
The Public Policy Center and the Werner Institute for Negotiation & Dispute Resolution (Creighton University’s School of Law) were contracted by the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution to facilitate civic engagement meetings to gather citizen input regarding the Missouri River Ecosystem Restoration Plan. This long-term restoration plan (it will take years to complete) is […]
Platte River Habitat Partnership. (2012 Spring).
MREP Civic Engagement Meetings for Public Scoping Final Report-Revised (2010 Summer).