Examples/cases of valuing water

What values and whose values are at stake?

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Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

no comment

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Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Human right to water and sanitation

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Sutardi 4 months ago

value of gaining revenue from mining and value of restoration of degraded watersheds

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D. Hirsch 4 months ago

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Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Human life is at stake. Planet earth is the only one that provides this value.

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Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

Human needs, economic well-being, and the viability of freshwater ecosystems. In the form of flood protection; drinking water; wastewater pollution; economic activities depending on freshwater and saline water systems.

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John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

social,economic and environment values

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David Groenfeldt 3 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 3 months ago

Potable water and the women most vulnerable

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Effective water management, conservation of water resources, education and promotion of new ad hoc technologies for increase crop yield and economic return.

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Alexandra 1 month ago

National and international, globally

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Alexandra 1 month ago

National and international, globally

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Effective water management, conservation of water resources, education and promotion of new ad hoc technologies for increase crop yield and economic return.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

Potable water and the women most vulnerable

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David Groenfeldt 3 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 3 months ago

social,economic and environment values

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Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

Human needs, economic well-being, and the viability of freshwater ecosystems. In the form of flood protection; drinking water; wastewater pollution; economic activities depending on freshwater and saline water systems.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Human life is at stake. Planet earth is the only one that provides this value.

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D. Hirsch 4 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

The environment (and biodiversity) is not "visibly" seen or represented as needing or having any value for water

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martina Zupan 4 months ago

Water supply and waste water cleaning often does not go in parallel. THis is a big problem in karstic regions of the country (almost 50%) because numerous inhabitants are living higher such as Karst springs for water supply. Waste water treatment was not

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Sutardi 4 months ago

value of gaining revenue from mining and value of restoration of degraded watersheds

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Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Human right to water and sanitation

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Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

no comment

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Alexandra 1 month ago

National and international, globally

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Effective water management, conservation of water resources, education and promotion of new ad hoc technologies for increase crop yield and economic return.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

Potable water and the women most vulnerable

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David Groenfeldt 3 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 3 months ago

social,economic and environment values

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Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

Human needs, economic well-being, and the viability of freshwater ecosystems. In the form of flood protection; drinking water; wastewater pollution; economic activities depending on freshwater and saline water systems.

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Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Human life is at stake. Planet earth is the only one that provides this value.

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D. Hirsch 4 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

The environment (and biodiversity) is not "visibly" seen or represented as needing or having any value for water

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martina Zupan 4 months ago

Water supply and waste water cleaning often does not go in parallel. THis is a big problem in karstic regions of the country (almost 50%) because numerous inhabitants are living higher such as Karst springs for water supply. Waste water treatment was not

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Sutardi 4 months ago

value of gaining revenue from mining and value of restoration of degraded watersheds

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Human right to water and sanitation

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Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

no comment

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Alexandra 1 month ago

National and international, globally

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Effective water management, conservation of water resources, education and promotion of new ad hoc technologies for increase crop yield and economic return.

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FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

Potable water and the women most vulnerable

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David Groenfeldt 3 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 3 months ago

social,economic and environment values

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Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

Human needs, economic well-being, and the viability of freshwater ecosystems. In the form of flood protection; drinking water; wastewater pollution; economic activities depending on freshwater and saline water systems.

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Human life is at stake. Planet earth is the only one that provides this value.

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D. Hirsch 4 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

The environment (and biodiversity) is not "visibly" seen or represented as needing or having any value for water

  0     0
martina Zupan 4 months ago

Water supply and waste water cleaning often does not go in parallel. THis is a big problem in karstic regions of the country (almost 50%) because numerous inhabitants are living higher such as Karst springs for water supply. Waste water treatment was not

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Sutardi 4 months ago

value of gaining revenue from mining and value of restoration of degraded watersheds

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Human right to water and sanitation

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

no comment

  0     0
Alexandra 1 month ago

National and international, globally

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José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Effective water management, conservation of water resources, education and promotion of new ad hoc technologies for increase crop yield and economic return.

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

Potable water and the women most vulnerable

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 3 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 3 months ago

social,economic and environment values

  0     0
Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

Human needs, economic well-being, and the viability of freshwater ecosystems. In the form of flood protection; drinking water; wastewater pollution; economic activities depending on freshwater and saline water systems.

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Human life is at stake. Planet earth is the only one that provides this value.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 4 months ago

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Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

The environment (and biodiversity) is not "visibly" seen or represented as needing or having any value for water

  0     0
martina Zupan 4 months ago

Water supply and waste water cleaning often does not go in parallel. THis is a big problem in karstic regions of the country (almost 50%) because numerous inhabitants are living higher such as Karst springs for water supply. Waste water treatment was not

  0     0
Sutardi 4 months ago

value of gaining revenue from mining and value of restoration of degraded watersheds

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Human right to water and sanitation

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

no comment

  0     0
Alexandra 1 month ago

National and international, globally

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Effective water management, conservation of water resources, education and promotion of new ad hoc technologies for increase crop yield and economic return.

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

Potable water and the women most vulnerable

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 3 months ago

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

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

social,economic and environment values

  0     0
Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

Human needs, economic well-being, and the viability of freshwater ecosystems. In the form of flood protection; drinking water; wastewater pollution; economic activities depending on freshwater and saline water systems.

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Human life is at stake. Planet earth is the only one that provides this value.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 4 months ago

---

  0     0
Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

The environment (and biodiversity) is not "visibly" seen or represented as needing or having any value for water

  0     0
martina Zupan 4 months ago

Water supply and waste water cleaning often does not go in parallel. THis is a big problem in karstic regions of the country (almost 50%) because numerous inhabitants are living higher such as Karst springs for water supply. Waste water treatment was not

  0     0
Sutardi 4 months ago

value of gaining revenue from mining and value of restoration of degraded watersheds

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Human right to water and sanitation

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

no comment

  0     0
Alexandra 1 month ago

National and international, globally

  0     0
José Antonio Gutiérrez Gnecchi 2 months ago

Effective water management, conservation of water resources, education and promotion of new ad hoc technologies for increase crop yield and economic return.

  0     0
FELICIA IRIMA NGAJI-USIBE 3 months ago

Potable water and the women most vulnerable

  0     0
David Groenfeldt 3 months ago

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

  0     0
John Waweru Gakunga 3 months ago

social,economic and environment values

  0     0
Giacomo Galli 3 months ago

Human needs, economic well-being, and the viability of freshwater ecosystems. In the form of flood protection; drinking water; wastewater pollution; economic activities depending on freshwater and saline water systems.

  0     0
Shahjahan Bhatti 4 months ago

Human life is at stake. Planet earth is the only one that provides this value.

  0     0
D. Hirsch 4 months ago

---

  0     0
Mohd Adnan bin Mohd Nor 4 months ago

The environment (and biodiversity) is not "visibly" seen or represented as needing or having any value for water

  0     0
martina Zupan 4 months ago

Water supply and waste water cleaning often does not go in parallel. THis is a big problem in karstic regions of the country (almost 50%) because numerous inhabitants are living higher such as Karst springs for water supply. Waste water treatment was not

  0     0
Sutardi 4 months ago

value of gaining revenue from mining and value of restoration of degraded watersheds

  0     0
Guillermo Saavedra 4 months ago

Human right to water and sanitation

  0     0
Trudi Schifter 4 months ago

no comment

  0     0