V. WHOSE WATER IS THIS? Challenges of participatory water management in Brazil: the case of Cantareira. The Piracicaba, Capivari, Jundiai Watershed Committee and the water permit renewal process of the Cantareira System. Fabiana Barbi
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WHOSE WATER IS THIS?
Challenges of participatory water management in Brazil: the case of Cantareira.
The Piracicaba, Capivari, Jundiai Watershed Committee
and the water permit renewal process of the Cantareira System.
Master’s student at PROCAM – USP (University of Sao Paulo)
1. Research context
2. Research question
3. Theoretical Approach
4. Research Directions
5. Methodological Approach
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The system was built in 1973 and is comprised of 07 dams, 07 water diversions and 48 km of tunnels and canals which allow, after the treatment at ETA Guaraú, the distribution of 31 m3/s of water in the SP Metropolitan Region according to the water permit from 1974.
F. da Rocha
P. B. Jesus
Mogi das Cruzes
R. R. doCampo
SistemaRibeirão da Estiva
S.Lourenço da Serra
Importância Relativa dos Sistemas Produtores
Facing the decentralization process in the water management and the possibility of different actors taking part in this process, the interest conciliation, cooperation capacity among actors and conflict negotiation are necessary.
?? How the cooperation history among the PCJ Committee members contributed to strengthen its negotiation capacity in the water permit renewal process of the Cantareira System?
State17 Entities17 Votes
Municipalities69 Mayors17 Votes
Civil Society17 organizations17 Votes
President; Vice-President; Executive Secretary
Technical Chamber of Planning (Plenary Members)
Technology and research difusion
Permits and licenses
Natural resources conservation and protection
Water use and conservation in rural areas
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so that they can build institutional arrangements, adopting coordinated strategies to negotiate solutions to shared management problems, for instance, in the case of the water permit renewal.
The capacity that a group has to develop trust ties and cooperation networks in order to produce collective goods.