Tenacity and technology: Current freshwater crisis has solutions, Scientific American article explains
As demand for water skyrockets and droughts abound, an article in the recent Scientific American presents a six-point plan to mitigate the world’s water woes. Water infrastructure must change for the better, it declares.
Author Dr. Peter P. Rogers, senior adviser to the Global Water Partnership and professor of Environmental Engineering and of City and Regional Planning at Harvard University, explains how a collective movement can address the challenges the world faces concerning its use of water.
For another voice on the freshwater crisis, listen to a podcast interview with Scientific American’s editor, Steve Ashley.
Source: Scientific American, WaterWired
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