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Title
Troubled waters Troubled waters
Type
Text
Subject
Water-supply--Developing countries--Pictorial works.
Groundwater--Developing countries--Pictorial works.
Wassermangel
Language
English
English
Dutch
French
original (eng)
Texts translated into French and Dutch, p. 198-207
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Geographic Coverage
Developing countries
Classification
LCC: TD327 .T45 2007 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2008366276
Note
Includes translation
Summary
Each year, a different United Nations agency is selected to coordinate all of the international events surrounding World Water Day, and a different theme is chosen to reflect the many facets of freshwater resources. In 2006, UNESCO ran the show, selecting Belgian photojournalist Dieter Telemans to provide the visual imagery.
Table Of Contents
Desertification. Kenya and Ethiopia
Drought in the Horn of Africa. Floods. Bangladesh: flood victims
Haiti: flood ravages
India: tsunami. Lack of opportunities. Mali: water transport.
Health / Sanitation / Urbanisation. India: from rural poverty to urban misery
China: pollution poisons progress
Aral Sea: the missing sea. Agriculture / Conflict. Ethiopia and Egypt: the Nile treaty
Turkey: the world's biggest irrigation project
Chad: war refugees. Water management. Spain: the cost of golf
Australia: fight against salinity.
Authorized Access Point
Telemans, Dieter, 1971- Troubled waters
Authorized Access Point Variant
Petrella, Riccardo. Troubled waters