In 2018, the UN published a report: “Sustainable Development Goal 6 Synthesis Report on Water and Sanitation 2018” that reviewed progress with SDG 6 at global and regional levels. A big governance issue has been underlined in that report, specifically a muchneeded capacity to plan and manage water resources. The aim of this paper is to analyze how water policies are constructed according to a structured content text analysis. The core aspect of this process focuses on how documents are inscribed to produce phenomena. Specifically, as research site we have considered the regions situated on the “Italy SEZ (Special Economic Zone)”; these are regions in the south of Italy which are listed as making important steps towards putting GWG into practice. This paper offers a general understanding about the status of water governance. As main findings will be useful to policy makers for enabling and accelerating progress towards achieving SDG 6.

The Good Water Governance (GWG): Evidence from The Italian Case

Adriana Bruno
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Sabrina Pisano;Matteo Pozzoli
2022

Abstract

In 2018, the UN published a report: “Sustainable Development Goal 6 Synthesis Report on Water and Sanitation 2018” that reviewed progress with SDG 6 at global and regional levels. A big governance issue has been underlined in that report, specifically a muchneeded capacity to plan and manage water resources. The aim of this paper is to analyze how water policies are constructed according to a structured content text analysis. The core aspect of this process focuses on how documents are inscribed to produce phenomena. Specifically, as research site we have considered the regions situated on the “Italy SEZ (Special Economic Zone)”; these are regions in the south of Italy which are listed as making important steps towards putting GWG into practice. This paper offers a general understanding about the status of water governance. As main findings will be useful to policy makers for enabling and accelerating progress towards achieving SDG 6.
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