The increasing global demand for freshwater resources in the foreseeable future is poised to transform water into one of the most fiercely contested assets across the globe. Water’s intricate ties to various economic activities create complex networks through which it exerts its influence on economic growth.
Human beings tend to possess a pronounced bias towards attaching value to scarce resources, often perceiving them as more precious compared to abundant ones. Presently, a staggering figure of nearly one billion people in the developing world grapple with the absence of access to safe and clean water sources. Sadly, this critical resource is frequently taken for granted, leading to wasteful practices, and consumers often find themselves paying exorbitant prices for bottled water, exacerbating environmental concerns.
In regions like sub-Saharan Africa, the arduous task of procuring water and the prevalence of waterborne diseases serve as formidable impediments that curtail the true potential of individuals, particularly affecting the lives of women and girls. The toll of illness on their well-being disrupts educational pursuits, and this vicious cycle of health challenges hinders the prospects of economic development as people expend their energies on mere survival.
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- wastewater reuse, and
- water conservation.
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