The Future of Water

Description:Although there is adequate water in the hydrologic cycle to meet current and future needs, it is not always available in sufficient quantities and in the right places, and these problems will be exacerbated by population growth and climate change. As we move forward, the growing imbalance is likely to have serious political, sociological, and economic impacts. Unfortunately, at this point in time, water is often grossly undervalued and impending problems are just not seen as problems at all.

Authors: Dallimore, Howard

Subjects: Source Water, Drinking Water, Energy and Climate Change

Tags:Water Consumption,Water Conservation,Water,source water,water supply,Energy and Climate Change ,drinking water,water sustainability,watermark

Citation:Watermark Magazine, Fall 2011, Vol 20, No 3, Craig Kelman & Associates

Publication Date:Mar 9th, 2013 Upload Date:Mar 9th, 2013

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