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Possibilities to eliminate the issues relating to wastewater.
Wastewater, once treated, can help meet the needs for freshwater as well as energy and agriculture.
Municipal liquid waste an option for addressing water scarcity
Sustainable use of groundwater
Climate change, agriculture and water management
Mush Irrigation Scheme in Ethiopia for opportunities for best water management practices
The need for a participatory approach to water management and development interventions that also includes women.
HyperSolar to produce hydrogen and clean water from polluted water
Food security and groundwater
“Water scarcity” — a condition defined by the withdrawal of more water than is sustainably available
$75 billion of water investments lost
Water is life, and in the drylands, life and livelihoods truly depend on it.
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