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Volume 5 | Issue 3
October 2012

Special issue: Open for business or opening Pandora’s Box? A constructive critique of corporate engagement in water policy
Guest editors: Nick Hepworth, Jason Morrison and Upmanu Lall

Open for business or opening Pandora’s Box? A constructive critique of corporate engagement in water policy: An introduction
Nick Hepworth
Water Alternatives 5(3): 543-562

Water footprint: Help or hindrance?
Ashok Kumar Chapagain and David Tickner
Water Alternatives 5(3): 563-581

Mitigating corporate water risk: Financial market tools and supply management
Wendy M. Larson, Paul L. Freedman, Viktor Passinsky, Edward Grubb and Peter Adriaens
Water Alternatives 5(3): 582-602

The private sector’s contribution to water management: Clarifying companies’ roles and responsibilities
Peter Newborne and Nathaniel Mason
Water Alternatives 5(3): 603-618

Investigating food and agribusiness corporations as global water security, management and governance agents: The case of Nestlé, Bunge and Cargill
Suvi Sojamo and Elizabeth Archer Larson
Water Alternatives 5(3): 619-635

From risks to shared value? Corporate strategies in building a global water accounting and disclosure regime
Marco Daniel and Suvi Sojamo
Water Alternatives 5(3): 636-657

The role of productive water use in women’s livelihoods. Evidence from rural Senegal
Emily van Houweling, Ralph Hall, Aissatou Sakho Diop, Jennifer Davis and Mark Seiss
Water Alternatives 5(3): 658-677

Digging, damming or diverting? Small-scale irrigation in the Blue Nile basin, Ethiopia
Irit Eguavoen, Sisay Demeku Derib, Tilaye Teklewold Deneke, Matthew McCartney, Ben Adol Otto and Saeed Seidu Billa
Water Alternatives 5(3): 678-699

The last will be first: Water transfers from agriculture to cities in the Pangani river basin, Tanzania
Hans C. Komakech, Pieter van der Zaag and Barbara van Koppen
_Water Alternatives 5(3): 700-720

Book Reviews
Water fountains in the worldscape (Hynynen et al.; 2012).
Terje Oestigaard
Water Alternatives 5(3): 721-722

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