Scenario Development for 2050 for the Israeli/Palestinian Water Sector

@article{Chenoweth2006ScenarioDF,
  title={Scenario Development for 2050 for the Israeli/Palestinian Water Sector},
  author={Jonathan Chenoweth and Walter Wehrmeyer},
  journal={Population and Environment},
  year={2006},
  volume={27},
  pages={245-261}
}
  • J. ChenowethW. Wehrmeyer
  • Published 23 June 2006
  • Political Science, Environmental Science, Economics
  • Population and Environment
Scenario analysis suggests that by 2050 the population of Israel, the West Bank and Gaza will grow from its current 10 million to between 14 and 28 million. The scenarios developed are compared to available water resources and assessed for their viability. With all scenarios, except very high population growth in the context of inadequate co-operation between Israel and Palestine, the water resource needs of the entire population can be met. The analysis suggests that water need not be an… 

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