Historically, global water demands have increased steadily with population growth and the subsequent rise of various types of human activities. With a steadily growing world population, and mankind’s eternal quest for higher and higher standards of living, there is no doubt that the demands on our natural resources, both nonrenewable and renewable, will continue to augment well into the foreseeable future. Water, a renewable resource, will be no exception to this general trend.
Rosario Sanchez, Laura Rodriguez and Cecilia Tortajada, 2018, Journal [...]
Edited by World Water Council, 2018, Springer Nature, Singapore, 279 pages
Cecilia Tortajada and Victor Fernandez, Chapter of the book 'Global W [...]