Climate Change and the Sustainable Use of Water Resources

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Walter Leal Filho
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 29, 2011 - Business & Economics - 823 pages
The book explores the geo-chemical, physical, social and economic impacts of climate change on water supplies. It contains examples and case studies from a wide range of countries, and addresses the need to promote sustainable water use across the world.

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Good day Sir, I have not find time to appreciates your wonderful work, editing this mighty manuscripts though you are not new in this aspect but really you need commendation from all those who lied their hands on this contemporary book. More grace to your elbow Sir. But Sir I want refer you to salisu's and Da'u's article on Climate Change and Rural water supply in Nigeria, in the first line of our there is a minor typographical error in stead of " this study is aimed at providing" you wrote "this study is aimed at providgsving" please you may wish to effects this correction the book is due for second edition.
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Da'u Abba Umar
Federal University Dutse
Jigawa State, Nigeria


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Walter Leal Filho teaches at Hamburg Technical University and runs various international environmental education projects, also being editor of the European Environmental Education Newsletter.

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