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An Introduction to Living with Water Scarcity

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Do you worry that there is not enough water for people, the economy and environment? Do you wonder if the water in our taps and rivers is safe or polluted? Do you want to know if farmers waste water, utilities charge too much, or bottled water destroys ecosystems? You're not alone in asking questions. The headlines say "drought, pollution, conflict and insecurity," but the stories offer few solutions.

David Zetland's book 'Living with Water Scarcity' clarifies the connections among personal and social water flows in an accessible style. It describes the origins and costs of water scarcity and explains how to address it with fair and pragmatic policies. You and your community can live with water scarcity -- just manage water as the precious resource it is.

More info: http://livingwithwaterscarcity.com/
Produced by: David Zetland
Language: English
Year: 2014
Region: Global

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