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The Global Water Crisis: Addressing an Urgent Security Issue Papers for the InterAction Council, 2011-2012

@inproceedings{Axworthy2012TheGW,
  title={The Global Water Crisis: Addressing an Urgent Security Issue Papers for the InterAction Council, 2011-2012},
  author={Thomas S. Axworthy and Robert Sandford and M. Hightower and T. Maas and F. Renaud and L. Wirkus and W. Saleh and Mukhtar Hashemi and D. Henderson and N. Parker and Z. Adeel and G. Pangare and Lisa Idris and Clarissa Brocklehurst and Samyuktha Varma and K. Athukorala and Janeen Fernando and Khwaga Kakar and Vincent Thomas and Zuzanna N. Chociej and D. Boyd and B. Pardy and P. Avila and J. Chretien},
  year={2012}
}
  • Thomas S. Axworthy, Robert Sandford, +21 authors J. Chretien
  • Published 2012
  • Political Science
  • There is now a clear recognition by the global community that we are in the midst of a global water crisis. As shifting population dynamics and growing economic activity place an increased demand on finite fresh water resources, governments struggle to secure the needs of their citizens by ensuring access to an adequate amount of food at reasonable cost, a reliable energy supply, a robust water infrastructure and supply system, all while continuing to sustain economic growth. Meeting these… CONTINUE READING
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