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|Title:||Water needs in South Asia : closing the demand-supply gap|
Siddiqi, Toufiq A.
|LC Subject Headings:||Water-supply - South Asia|
Water consumption - South Asia
Water conservation - South Asia
Water use - South Asia
Global Environment and Energy in the 21st Century (GEE-21)
Johns Hopkins University. School of Advanced International Studies
|Publisher:||Honolulu, Hawaii : Global Environment and Energy in the 21st Century (GEE-21)|
|Abstract:||Contents: 1. Introduction -- 2. Estimates of water availability -- 3. Present utilization of water -- 4. Water demand projections for 2025 -- 5. Demand-supply gaps -- 6. Meeting the demand-supply gaps -- 7. Country-specific conclusions and recommendations -- 8. Regional conclusions and recommendations -- Annexes. 1. Sabarmati basin: supply and demand gap -- 2. North China case study (for illustration of a methodology) -- 3. Pakistan case study|
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|Sponsor:||"Project on "Water and Security in South Asia" (WASSA). Project implemented by Global Environment and Energy in the 21st Century (GEE-21) and School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University (SAIS). Sponsored by the Carnegie Corporation of New York."|
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