I am a member of IWA (hence, the post's title).
David Burns sent these around via one of my lists. You can read a description on each book's WWW site. Some of these may be available as free downloads - mainly those published by IWA and governmental agencies. For example, I found (4) as a freebie by Googling its title.
Comments on the books are not mine; I have not read any of them.
I am pleased to inform you of several new books related to Water Policy & Governance from IWA (International Water Association) Publishing.
Review/inspection copies are available; please contact me (David Burns) for details (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We welcome proposals for new books in water, wastewater and related environmental fields (with both technical and policy/governance content) that are of interest to an international audience. For more details contact Maggie Smith, Editor (email@example.com)
Shows how energy is used in all the various water cycle operations and demonstrates how water is used and misused in all kinds of energy production and generation.
Lessons for a Sustainable Future
Edited by Tapio Katko, Petri S. Juuti, and Klaas Schwartz
“A timely, thorough, and practical set of assessments of management challenges facing water service providers around the world.”
Governance experiences with multifunctional river flood management in the US and Europe
Edited by Jeroen Frank Warner, Arwin van Buuren and Jurian Edelenbos
Examines recent developments in river (flood) management from the viewpoint of Making Space for the River and the resulting challenges for water governance.
4) Animal Waste, Water Quality and Human Health (Co-Published with WHO / USEPA)
Edited by A Dufour and J Bartram
Download free here.
Considers microbial contamination from domestic animal and bird sources, exploring associated health hazards and approaches to protecting public health.
Bridging the Knowledge of Citizens, Scientists and Policy Makers
Edited by Carlo Sessa
First book to consider citizens playing a role in the science-policy interface to help formulate durable responses to sustainability challenges.
From Quantitative to Qualitative Flood Risk Assessment and Mitigation
Zoran Vojinovic and Michael B Abbott
A response to the rising significance of floods and flood-related disasters worldwide, as an initiative to promote a socially just approach to the problems of flood risk.
Edited by Patrick Willems, Jonas Olsson, Karsten Arnbjerg-Nielsen, Simon Beecham, Assela Pathirana, Ida Bulow Gregersen, Henrik Madsen, Van-Thanh-Van Nguyen
Provides a state-of-the-art overview related to the assessment of climate change impacts on urban rainfall extremes as well as on urban hydrology and hydraulics.
Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)
Brings together key insights from recent OECD work and identifies the priority areas where governments need to focus their reform efforts.
“I finished my first book seventy-six years ago. I offered it to every publisher on the English-speaking earth I had ever heard of. Their refusals were unanimous: and it did not get into print until, fifty years later; publishers would publish anything that had my name on it.” ― George Bernard Shaw