Water Management: Soft Water Paths

by Peter H. Gleick

Jan 1, 2002
The soft path seeks to improve the overall productivity of water use and deliver water services matched to the needs of end users, rather than seeking sources of new supply. Not a moment too soon, the world is awakening to the need to rethink fundamentally the way freshwater resources are distributed, managed and used. In an era of technological breakthroughs and the wonders of the information revolution, millions die each year from preventable water-related diseases, and hundreds of millions more suffer from debilitating illnesses
Water Management: Soft Water Paths


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