Water scarcity already affects every continent. Around 1. 2 billion people, or almost one-fifth of the world’s population, live in areas of physical scarcity, and 500 million people are approaching this situation. Another 1. 6 billion people, or almost one quarter of the world’s population, face economic water shortage (where countries lack the necessary infrastructure […]

Introduction / Background Can we imagine life without water? Water is a very precious and limited vital natural resource. The demand of water for development of agricultural, industrial, urban use and power generation is increasing at very fast rate. Wise use of these resources should really be the concern of all people, whether they are […]

Goals of introducing business styles in the provision of general public companies: * Offer far better and enhanced companies in the areas these kinds of as water offer management, drinking water sanitation, sound waste administration and energy offer in the distant locations. * Bettering the current infrastructure * Furnishing affordable services to the masses * […]

The Israeli-Palestinian bilateral negotiations in the 1990s resulted in three signed agreements that related, inter alia, to water: the Declaration of Principles of September 1993; the Cairo Agreement of May 1994 (Oslo I); and the Interim Agreement of September 1995 (Oslo II).[1] Oslo II included Article 40 – ‘Water and Sewage’.[2] These agreements, like all […]

1.0 Introduction A regeneration project close to Bedford will see the construction of a hotel and a school, with both intended to be sustainable. Hunt et al. (2006) judge a development’s sustainability based upon its impact upon the local environment, its cost effectiveness, both during and after construction, and also its impact upon society. These […]