Climate Change and Water and Sanitation: Likely Impacts and Emerging Trends for Action

@article{Howard2016ClimateCA,
  title={Climate Change and Water and Sanitation: Likely Impacts and Emerging Trends for Action},
  author={Guy Howard and Roger Calow and Alan MacDonald and Jamie Bartram},
  journal={Annual Review of Environment and Resources},
  year={2016},
  volume={41},
  pages={253-276}
}
  • Guy Howard, Roger Calow, +1 author Jamie Bartram
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • Annual Review of Environment and Resources
  • Climate change represents the most significant challenge of the twenty-first century and poses risks to water and sanitation services. Concerns for water supply include damage to infrastructure from flooding, loss of water sources due to declining rainfall and increasing demand, and changes in the water quality of water sources and within distribution of water. Sanitation concerns include damage and loss of services from floods and reduced carrying capacity of waters receiving wastewater. Key… CONTINUE READING

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