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Water for People - Water for Life The United Nations World Water Development Report

By: World Water Assessment Programme
576 pages, Col photos, 83 figs, tabs, 30 maps
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Generously illustrated with more than 25 full-colour global maps and numerous figures, the report reviews progress and trends and presents seven pilot case studies of river basins representing various social, economic and environmental settings: Lake Titicaca (Bolivia, Peru); the Senegal river basin (Senegal, Mali, Mauritania, Guinea); Seine Normandy (France); Lake Piepsi/Chudskoe (Estonia, Russia); Ruhuna basin (Sri Lanka); Greater Tokyo region (Japan); and Chao Phraya (Thailand).

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By: World Water Assessment Programme
576 pages, Col photos, 83 figs, tabs, 30 maps
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