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Edited By: Munyaradzi Chenje and Phyllis Johnson
238 pages, Illus
The biodiversity of southern Africa depends on water as does the regional economy. Water flows through every economic sector: agriculture, energy, industry, mining, tourism, and fisheries. However, this vital resource is under threat from environmental degradation due to population growth, poverty, climate change and pollution. This book gives an accessible overview of water issues to inform, motivate and empower people at different levels of decision-making, to build upon sound water management activities passed down through generations, and to be aware of the need to conserve this finite resource.
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