Julie Trottier (HDR, CNRS), cosigne avec Anaïs Rondier et Jeanne Perrier l'article "Palestinians and donors playing with fire: 25 years of water projects in the West Bank" paru dans le dernier volume de International journal of Water Resources Development.
This article explores how Palestinian-led, donor-supported water projects have transformed societal interactions concerning water since 1994. It distinguishes spatial, institutional and sectoral trajectories of water and explores the impacts on each type of trajectory. It demonstrates that the overall impact of these projects is more than the sum of the individual projects. All together, they entail territorial change. Wastewater and reuse projects transform the largest flows and have the greatest impact on water trajectories. Overall, the recharge of the upper unconfined aquifer is compromised, with negative effects for the grass-roots farmer institutions managing it
Julie Trottier, Anaïs Rondier & Jeanne Perrier (2019) Palestinians and donors playing with fire: 25 years of water projects in the West Bank, International Journal of Water Resources Development,