Legal Developments: Water, water - everywhere?
The increasing scarcity of water is the most pressing environmental issue today, second only to air quality. Carolyn Boyle reports on various initiatives taking place around the world to help combat this problem
Water is a precious and increasingly scarce resource, that no country can afford to take for granted. Fortunately, awareness is growing of the importance of conservation and preservation, as reflected in the upsurge in water resource management initiatives and enhanced environmental controls. Meanwhile, recent regulatory restructurings aim to ensure that water infrastructure operates at maximum efficiency – or in some cases, even at all.
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