1. Project Related Outputs

  • Stevenson E.J.G. and Kamski B. (2021), Ethiopia’s ‘Blue Oil’? Hydropower, Irrigation and Development in the Omo-Turkana Basin, In E.C. Gabbert, F. Gebresenbet, J.G. Galaty, and G. Schlee, eds. (2021) Lands of the Future: Anthropological perspectives on pastoralism, land deals and tropes of modernity in Eastern Africa, Oxford: Berghahn, 292-308

  • Osborne, M., Aminga, V. and Lomax, J. (2020). 'Causal pathways in the political economy of adaptation projects Experience from mapping the solar electricity system in Turkana, Kenya'. SEI Working Paper. Stockholm Environment Institute, Stockholm. Available from: https://www.sei.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/201117a-gill-osborne-turkana-solar-causal-pathways-wp-2010e.pdf

  • Mirumachi, N. (2020) 'In the name of climate security: A relational understanding of spaces of low carbon development'. 2020 Bratislava Conference on Earth System Governance.

2. Relevant Select Publications by the project members

3. Select Book Chapters

  • Mirumachi, N. (2017). Rivers and river basin management. In Wiley- American Association of Geographers ed., The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology

  • Stevenson, E.G.J & Mekonnen, J. (2012), Two rivers: water and power in Ethiopia, In Mendenhall, E. & Koon, A. Albuquerque eds., Environmental Health Narratives: A Reader for Youth, University of New Mexico Press.

  • Mirumachi, N. (2018), Reflections on enabling conditions through the lens of power asymmetry, In Choudhury, E. and Islam, S eds., Resolution of Transboundary Water Conflicts: The Role of Enabling Conditions for Pragmatic Negotiation, Anthem Press, New York, 217-224.​

  • Mirumachi, N. (2013), Transboundary water security: Reviewing the importance of national regulatory and accountability capacities, In B.A. Lankford, K. Bakker, M. Zeitoun and D Conway eds. Water Security, Routledge, Abingdon, 166-179.

4. Policy Briefs

  • Sawas, A., Workman, M. Mirumachi, N. (2018), 'Climate change, low-carbon transitions and security', Grantham Institute Briefing paper No 25, Imperial College London