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" Past failure to recognize the economic value of water has led to wasteful and environmentally damaging uses of the resource. Managing water as an economic good is an important way of achieving efficient and equitable use, and of encouraging conservation... "
Regulatory Frameworks for Water Resources Management: A Comparative Study - Page 171
by Salman M. A. Salman, Daniel D. Bradlow - 2006 - 198 pages
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Demokratisches Regieren und politische Kultur: post-staatlich, post ...

Kathrin Ruhl - 2006 - 306 pages
...Bewertungsverfahren für den Wasserpreis, dem die Zahlungsbereitschaft der Nutzer zugrunde liegt: „Past failure to recognize the economic value of water has...Managing water as an economic good is an important way of achievmg efficient and equitable use, and of encouraging conservation and protection of water resources...
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Cities of the Future

Vladimir Novotny, Paul Brown - 2007 - 352 pages
...The Dublin Statement on Water and Sustainable Development (UNCED 1992) included this statement: "Past failure to recognize the economic value of water has...encouraging conservation and protection of water resources." This statement has beeen criticised by some Islamic nations as, those countries view water as a free...
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Troubled Waters: Religion, Ethics, and the Global Water Crisis

Gary Chamberlain - 2008 - 227 pages
...right of access to drinking water — which is a right to life — is a matter of citizenship.1 Past failure to recognize the economic value of water has...and environmentally damaging uses of the resource. Making water an economic good is an important way of achieving efficient and equitable use.. Since...
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Water Using Conflicts in the Lower Jordan River Basin

Kathrin Stärk - 2007 - 140 pages
...right of all human beings [is] to have access to clean water and sanitation at an affordable price. Managing water as an economic good is an important way of achieving social objectives such as efficient and equitable use, and of encouraging conservation and protection...
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State of the World 2008: Innovations for a Sustainable Economy

Gary T. Gardner, Worldwatch Institute - 2008 - 269 pages
...right of all human beings to have access to clean water and sanitation at an affordable price. Past failure to recognize the economic value of water has...encouraging conservation and protection of water resources. Source: See endnote / 7. brought the value of water itself to the foreground. When water was abundant...
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