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Whose Water Is It?: The Unquenchable Thirst of a Water-Hungry World
We must face the new reality that water is not ine

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By Bernadette McDonald (ed); Douglas Jehl (ed); Paul Simon (pf)
Year: 2003
Pages: 232
Binding Paperback
ISBN 0-7922-7375-3

Product Code: 1422354830

We must face the new reality that water is not inexhaustible. It’s already so scarce that great swaths of our planet are under serious threat. Here, 14 prominent environmental writers address this looming crisis. They explore the paradox that little of that resource is actually avail. for use, & offer persuasive evidence that we are using what we have much faster than it can be replenished. They show the dire consequences of current trends, from desertification to epidemic disease to increasingly bitter battles over who “owns” water & how to apportion our dwindling supply. They also describe strategies for averting disaster. Here is a blueprint that calls for change -- in our personal lives, our attitudes, & our industries -- that promises long-term solutions.

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