Transboundary Lake Basin Management: Laurentian and African Great Lakes
The twinning of lake-governance systems offers unconventional learning opportunities. It allows twinned organizations to learn from each other’s mistakes and use that information to explain to stakeholders why a management practice should not be tried. Similarly, they can learn from successes and use these to good advantage. Importantly, the notion of twinning fosters collaboration and information sharing among a wide range of professionals and stakeholders about science and management. Such cross-fertilization of ideas provides decision-makers a stronger base for sound political decisions
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