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Assessing Global Water Megatrends

Assessing Global Water Megatrends

Wydawnictwo Springer Verlag, Singapore
Data wydania 29/01/2018
Liczba stron 251
Forma publikacji książka w twardej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Dla profesjonalistów, specjalistów i badaczy naukowych
ISBN 9789811066948
Kategorie Przemysł wodny, Geografia człowieka, Susze i zasoby wodne, Podtrzymanie środowiska naturalnego
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Opis książki

This book highlights what are likely to be the future megatrends in the water sector and why and how they should be incorporated to improve water governance in the coming decades. In this first ever book on megatrends for the water sector, 22 leading world experts from different disciplines representing academia, business, government, national and international organisations discuss what the major megatrends of the future are and how they will radically change water governance in the coming decades.

Assessing Global Water Megatrends

Spis treści

1. Nestle and Its Response to Megatrends in Water, by Peter Brabeck-Letmathe
2. Megatrends in water - shift in water thinking crucial for realistic planning of Sub-Saharan future, by Malin Falkenmark
3. Harvesting Experience to Support Sustainable Urban Water Management, by Janet G. Hering and Kalanithy Vairavamoorthy
4. Future Water Management Needs in Indian Agriculture: Many-a-Myth, by Dinesh Kumar
5. Water: a megatrends perspective, by Philippe Rohner
6. Population Megatrends and Water Management by 2050: Bustering Five Common Myths, by Olli Varis
7. The Future of Water Resource Recovery, by James W. Hotchkies
8. Smart Water and Water Megatrend Management and Mitigation, by David A. Lloyd Owen
9. Megatrends in Shared Waters in 2030 and Beyond, by Melissa McCracken, Laura Peters and Aaron Wolf
10. Megatrends in the Hindu Kush Himalaya: climate change, urbanization and migration and its implications for water, energy and food, by Aditi Mukherji, Christopher Scott, David Molden
11. Policy options for reducing water for agriculture in Saudi Arabia without further compromising food security or aggregate farmer revenues, by Christopher Napoli, Ben Wise, David Wogan and Lama Yaseen
12. How does Singapore do it? Turning Water Scarcity into a Virtue, by Peter Joo Hee Ng

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