The Future of Water
2011 | 256 Pages | ISBN: 1583218092 | PDF | 10 MB
Around the world, water tables have dropped lower and lower as more straws are dipped into the finite number of water aquifers. With the challenges of population growth, dilapidated infrastructure, and polluted water, the solutions take on new complications. The authors present scenarios for the broad trends that will have a significant impact upon future water challenges population, economic growth, energy, climate change, and general demographic trends. Examine what might be in store for us and how individuals, water utilities, industries, and countries can change the future of water. With a Foreword by Bruce Babbit, the book discusses how water usage and storage must change in our homes, in agriculture and industry to deal with this crisis.
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