This striking volume delivers contemporary perspectives on water as a resource, with the majority of the material reflecting stances of countries other than the United States. Essays are assembled across four chapters that explain the state of our oceans, how we are managing water scarcity, how various cultures are trying to access safe water, and hydropower. Essay contributors include the HM Government, Department of Energy and Climate Change, The Economist, Integrated Regional Information Networks News, Zhou Jigang, Peng Guangcan, Kieran R. Hickey, and Mae-Wan Ho.
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|Grouped Work ID||0b3e1ae7-8dcc-c427-5705-d62fd69c717c|
|Grouping Author||noah berlatsky book|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-12-21 23:35:11PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-10-17 01:05:07AM|
|display_description||Presents a collection of opposing essays exploring various topics related to water, including threats to the world's oceans, water scarcity, access to safe water, and hydropower. Includes discussion questions, and organizations to contact.|
Water -- Environmental aspects
|title_full||Water [electronic resource] / Noah Berlatsky, book editor|