Rainfall patterns in Australia are changing and drought is becoming a part of life for many people. Find out how to use less water in your home and garden, and learn how waste water can be recycled. There's plenty we can do to solve our water shortages.
It doesnt take a lot to reduce the amount of trash we create. Taking action can be as simple as recycling bottles and cans or bringing reusable bags to the grocery store. Kids learn this and more about what they can do to help in 10 Things I Can Do to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.
Modules to Water Access in a Changing World addresses topical issues in water supply.The book integrates detailed information on key access indices, quality, economics of demand and supply, socio-economic variables, health and sustainable development in a typical rural environment. The generation of the RTWC model and adoption of the threshold constant (K)for quantification and delineation of surplus, deficit and balance zones; water quality testing for source protection, health and food security contributes valuable data to the world of science. This book will be of utmost interest to policy makers in the water industry, geographers, hydrologists, researchers and environmental practitioners.
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