TITLE

How International organisations recognise the impending shortage of potable water but their approach is entirely wrong ; Insight

PUB. DATE
February 2014
SOURCE
FRPT- FMCG Snapshot;2/23/2014, p9
SOURCE TYPE
Industry Profile
DOC. TYPE
Industry Report
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the ninth annual "Global Risks" report of the World Economic Forum, released during its 2014 conference in Davos, Switzerland. Topics discussed include water-related threats such as water crises resulting from floods and droughts, water quality deterioration, and poor water management. Also mentioned are concerns over potable water supply and estimates by the Third World Centre for Water Management and others on the number of people who lack access to clean water.
ACCESSION #
95879587

 

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