‘Our power rests in numbers’. The role of expert-led policy processes in addressing water quality: the case of peri-urban\ud areas in the national capital region of Delhi, India

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Karpouzoglou, Timothy;
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This thesis explores the role of expert-led policy processes in addressing water quality. It does so by drawing on the ‘peri-urban’ as a setting which exemplifies contemporary social and environmental challenges associated with river and groundwater pollution, as well a... View more
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