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Cash water expenditures are associated with household water insecurity, food insecurity, and perceived stress in study sites across 20 low- and middle-income countries (2019)
Journal Article
Stoler, J., Pearson, A. L., Staddon, C., Wutich, A., Mack, E., Brewis, A., …Zinab, H. (in press). Cash water expenditures are associated with household water insecurity, food insecurity, and perceived stress in study sites across 20 low- and middle-income countries. Science of the Total Environment, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135881

Billions of people globally, living with various degrees of water insecurity, obtain their household and drinking water from diverse sources that can absorb a disproportionate amount of a household's income. In theory, there are income and expenditur... Read More about Cash water expenditures are associated with household water insecurity, food insecurity, and perceived stress in study sites across 20 low- and middle-income countries.

Regulating Water Security in Unconventional Oil and Gas: Common Challenges, Trade-Offs, and Best Practices from Around the Globe (2019)
Book Chapter
Staddon, C., Buono, R., Lopez-Gunn, E., & McKay, J. (in press). Regulating Water Security in Unconventional Oil and Gas: Common Challenges, Trade-Offs, and Best Practices from Around the Globe. In R. M. Buono, E. López-Gunn, J. McKay, & C. Staddon (Eds.), Regulating Water Security in Unconventional Oil and Gas: a complex nexusSpringer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-18342-4

Resilient Water Services and Systems (2019)
Book
Juuti, P., Mattila, H., Rajala, R., Schwartz, K., & Staddon, C. (Eds.). (2019). Resilient Water Services and Systems. London: IWA Publishing

Provides an over-arching framework for water and sanitation services and how they are coping with resilience, aging infrastructure and climate change

Urban water management challenges and achievements in Windhoek, Namibia (2019)
Journal Article
Lewis, E. W., Staddon, C., & Sirunda, J. (2019). Urban water management challenges and achievements in Windhoek, Namibia. Water Practice and Technology, 14(3), 703-713. https://doi.org/10.2166/wpt.2019.055

This paper gives an overview of the main challenges and achievements faced by Windhoek’s water management sector. The paper highlights pertinent issues arising from increased water demand, and also explores current and future water supply augmentatio... Read More about Urban water management challenges and achievements in Windhoek, Namibia.

Embedding social inclusiveness and appropriateness in engineering assessment of green infrastructure to enhance urban resilience (2019)
Journal Article
Ward, S., Staddon, C., De Vito, L., Zuniga-Teran, A., Gerlak, A., Schoeman, Y., …Booth, G. (2019). Embedding social inclusiveness and appropriateness in engineering assessment of green infrastructure to enhance urban resilience. Urban Water Journal, 16(1), 56-67. https://doi.org/10.1080/1573062X.2019.1633674

Urban resilience emerges not only from ‘what’ is done in relation to critical infrastructure systems, but in the ‘how’ of their conception, co-creation and integration into complex socio-ecological-technical systems. For green infrastructure, where o... Read More about Embedding social inclusiveness and appropriateness in engineering assessment of green infrastructure to enhance urban resilience.

Challenges of mainstreaming green infrastructure in built environment professions (2019)
Journal Article
Zuniga-Teran, A. A., Staddon, C., de Vito, L., Gerlak, A. K., Ward, S., Schoeman, Y., …Booth, G. (2020). Challenges of mainstreaming green infrastructure in built environment professions. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 63(4), 710-732. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2019.1605890

© 2019, © 2019 The Author(s). Published by Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Green infrastructure (GI) has been identified as a promising approach to help cities adapt to climate change through the provision of multiple ecosyst... Read More about Challenges of mainstreaming green infrastructure in built environment professions.

Challenges of researching showering routines: From the individual to the socio-material (2019)
Journal Article
Simpson, K., Staddon, C., & Ward, S. (in press). Challenges of researching showering routines: From the individual to the socio-material. Urban Science, 3(1), 1-19. https://doi.org/10.3390/urbansci3010019

In the UK, water supplies are under pressure from climate, population and lifestyle change. Showering is the largest component of domestic water consumption. Young adults are high water-users at a transitional life-stage, when practices are dynamic,... Read More about Challenges of researching showering routines: From the individual to the socio-material.

Why doesn’t every family practice rainwater harvesting? Factors that affect the decision to adopt rainwater harvesting as a household water security strategy in central Uganda (2018)
Journal Article
Staddon, C., Rogers, J., Warriner, C., Ward, S., & Powell, W. (2018). Why doesn’t every family practice rainwater harvesting? Factors that affect the decision to adopt rainwater harvesting as a household water security strategy in central Uganda. Water International, 43(8), 1114-1135. https://doi.org/10.1080/02508060.2018.1535417

© 2018, © 2018 The Author(s). Published by Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This article investigates the reasons householders do, and don’t, adopt domestic rainwater harvesting (DRWH). Using a mixed-methods research approach,... Read More about Why doesn’t every family practice rainwater harvesting? Factors that affect the decision to adopt rainwater harvesting as a household water security strategy in central Uganda.

Household water sharing: A review of water gifts, exchanges, and transfers across cultures (2018)
Journal Article
Wutich, A., Budds, J., Jepson, W., Harris, L., & Staddon, C. (2018). Household water sharing: A review of water gifts, exchanges, and transfers across cultures. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 5(6), e1309. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1309

In this paper we integrate diverse literatures to explore water sharing as a household practice. We define households as fundamental domestic groups that pool and internally allocate food and water for common consumption (following Netting et al., 19... Read More about Household water sharing: A review of water gifts, exchanges, and transfers across cultures.

Challenges of researching showering routines – from the individual to the socio-material (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Simpson, K., Staddon, C., Spotswood, F., & Ward, S. (2018, September). Challenges of researching showering routines – from the individual to the socio-material. Paper presented at 5th Annual Water Efficiency Conference

Water supplies are under threat from climate change, population growth and modern lifestyles. Excessive demand wastes money, energy and carbon. Evidence indicates that young adults are particularly high water-users. This population segment is at a tr... Read More about Challenges of researching showering routines – from the individual to the socio-material.

Contributions of green infrastructure to enhancing urban resilience (2018)
Journal Article
Staddon, C., Ward, S., De Vito, L., Zuniga-Teran, A., Gerlak, A. K., Schoeman, Y., …Booth, G. (2018). Contributions of green infrastructure to enhancing urban resilience. Environment Systems and Decisions, 38(3), 330-338. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10669-018-9702-9

© 2018, The Author(s). After briefly reviewing key resilience engineering perspectives and summarising some green infrastructure (GI) tools, we present the contributions that GI can make to enhancing urban resilience and maintaining critical system f... Read More about Contributions of green infrastructure to enhancing urban resilience.

Sea of possibilities: Old and new uses of remote sensing data for the enforcement of the Ascension Island marine protected area (2018)
Journal Article
Appleby, T., Studley, M., Moorhouse, B., Judith, B., Staddon, C., & Bean, E. (in press). Sea of possibilities: Old and new uses of remote sensing data for the enforcement of the Ascension Island marine protected area. Marine Policy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.06.012

Very large marine protected areas are in danger of becoming 'paper parks'. This paper uses an interdisciplinary team to investigate the use of remote sensing technologies to provide sufficient evidence for effective fisheries management. It uses the... Read More about Sea of possibilities: Old and new uses of remote sensing data for the enforcement of the Ascension Island marine protected area.

Resilience learning for water sector culture change (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Baker, K., Tang, S., Sweetapple, C., Ward, S., Staddon, C., Bishop, T., …Butler, D. (2018, May). Resilience learning for water sector culture change. Presented at 6th Joint EWA/JSWA/WEF Conference: Resilience of the Water Sector

This paper investigates barriers to creating a resilient water sector, focussing on the workforce. Firstly, it explores the definition of resilience and whether the workforce and customers are ready for a culture shift to create a more resilient sect... Read More about Resilience learning for water sector culture change.

Governing a shared hidden resource: A review of governance mechanisms for transboundary groundwater security (2017)
Journal Article
Gerlak, A. K., Zuniga-Teran, A. A., Varady, R. G., Albrecht, T. R., Albrecht, T., Varady, R., …Staddon, C. (2017). Governing a shared hidden resource: A review of governance mechanisms for transboundary groundwater security. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wasec.2017.11.002

© 2017 Elsevier B.V. Globally, groundwater is by far the largest store of liquid freshwater, making it a key component of a secure water supply. However, over the past few decades the amount of usable groundwater available around the world has rapidl... Read More about Governing a shared hidden resource: A review of governance mechanisms for transboundary groundwater security.