Water Management: A Solution to Water Scarcity in Pakistan

  title={Water Management: A Solution to Water Scarcity in Pakistan},
  author={Bashir Ahmad},
  • B. Ahmad
  • Published 31 December 2011
  • Environmental Science
With the increase in population of our country and changing geo-political landscape, the available water resources are fast depleting. We also understand that without water, there can be no life as we see in this physical world. The solution lies in judicious usage of water and realization to preserve, which ultimately leads to superior management of this essential resource. This paper addresses the issues pertaining to water required for agriculture, drinking as well as for other purposes. The… Expand
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