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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

the view seems to be focussed on developing countries. Flint michigan and rural areas in teh US and other countries have access issues as well

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Rural

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Sutardi 10 months ago

South east asia

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Most of advanced societies value water correctly but in communities confusion prevails. Asians and Africans sleep-over the issue.

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Jakarta, Indonesia

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

Cities in Africa

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

All countries in Africa

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Water and climate change

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Irrigation districts/Mexico

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Alexandra 7 months ago

inner of a country

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Alexandra 7 months ago

inner of a country

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Irrigation districts/Mexico

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Water and climate change

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

All countries in Africa

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

Cities in Africa

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Jakarta, Indonesia

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Most of advanced societies value water correctly but in communities confusion prevails. Asians and Africans sleep-over the issue.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Water scarcity more often points to countries with low rainfall. But "Water Rich" countries also suffer from water scarcity and water management tends to be based on the perception that water is plentiful and will be always available. Often forgotten is

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Sutardi 10 months ago

South east asia

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Rural

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

the view seems to be focussed on developing countries. Flint michigan and rural areas in teh US and other countries have access issues as well

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Alexandra 7 months ago

inner of a country

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Irrigation districts/Mexico

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Water and climate change

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

All countries in Africa

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

Cities in Africa

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Jakarta, Indonesia

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Most of advanced societies value water correctly but in communities confusion prevails. Asians and Africans sleep-over the issue.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Water scarcity more often points to countries with low rainfall. But "Water Rich" countries also suffer from water scarcity and water management tends to be based on the perception that water is plentiful and will be always available. Often forgotten is

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Sutardi 10 months ago

South east asia

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Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Rural

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

the view seems to be focussed on developing countries. Flint michigan and rural areas in teh US and other countries have access issues as well

  0     0
Alexandra 7 months ago

inner of a country

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Irrigation districts/Mexico

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Water and climate change

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David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

All countries in Africa

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

Cities in Africa

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Jakarta, Indonesia

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Most of advanced societies value water correctly but in communities confusion prevails. Asians and Africans sleep-over the issue.

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D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Water scarcity more often points to countries with low rainfall. But "Water Rich" countries also suffer from water scarcity and water management tends to be based on the perception that water is plentiful and will be always available. Often forgotten is

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Sutardi 10 months ago

South east asia

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Rural

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

the view seems to be focussed on developing countries. Flint michigan and rural areas in teh US and other countries have access issues as well

  0     0
Alexandra 7 months ago

inner of a country

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Irrigation districts/Mexico

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Water and climate change

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

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John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

All countries in Africa

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JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

Cities in Africa

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Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Jakarta, Indonesia

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Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Most of advanced societies value water correctly but in communities confusion prevails. Asians and Africans sleep-over the issue.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Water scarcity more often points to countries with low rainfall. But "Water Rich" countries also suffer from water scarcity and water management tends to be based on the perception that water is plentiful and will be always available. Often forgotten is

  0     0
Sutardi 10 months ago

South east asia

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Rural

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

the view seems to be focussed on developing countries. Flint michigan and rural areas in teh US and other countries have access issues as well

  0     0
Alexandra 7 months ago

inner of a country

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Irrigation districts/Mexico

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Water and climate change

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

All countries in Africa

  0     0
JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

Cities in Africa

  0     0
Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Jakarta, Indonesia

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Most of advanced societies value water correctly but in communities confusion prevails. Asians and Africans sleep-over the issue.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Water scarcity more often points to countries with low rainfall. But "Water Rich" countries also suffer from water scarcity and water management tends to be based on the perception that water is plentiful and will be always available. Often forgotten is

  0     0
Sutardi 10 months ago

South east asia

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Rural

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

the view seems to be focussed on developing countries. Flint michigan and rural areas in teh US and other countries have access issues as well

  0     0
Alexandra 7 months ago

inner of a country

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 8 months ago

Irrigation districts/Mexico

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 9 months ago

Water and climate change

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 9 months ago

Please refer to my 2013 book, "Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis"

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 9 months ago

All countries in Africa

  0     0
JOHN WAWERU 9 months ago

Cities in Africa

  0     0
Giacomo Galli 9 months ago

Jakarta, Indonesia

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 10 months ago

Most of advanced societies value water correctly but in communities confusion prevails. Asians and Africans sleep-over the issue.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 10 months ago

---

  0     0
Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 10 months ago

Water scarcity more often points to countries with low rainfall. But "Water Rich" countries also suffer from water scarcity and water management tends to be based on the perception that water is plentiful and will be always available. Often forgotten is

  0     0
Sutardi 10 months ago

South east asia

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 10 months ago

Rural

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Trudi Schifter 10 months ago

the view seems to be focussed on developing countries. Flint michigan and rural areas in teh US and other countries have access issues as well

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shailendra Tiwari 3 months ago

Madhyapradesh INDIA

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Arturo Constante 3 months ago

no is the same responsibility for low income society than high one, for domestic user than industrial or commercial, for public service vs government institution and authorities.

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