viii, 297 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Sourcebook on contemporary controversies.
Formatted Contents Note
The state of the world's freshwater The use of water today / by The World Water Council Sanitation and access to clean water / by Frank Rijsberman Supporting privatization Tragedy of the commons / by Garrett Hardin Private water saves lives / by Fredrik Segerfeldt Privatizing water supply and sewage treatment: how far should we go? / by Elizabeth Brubaker Opposing privatization Who owns water? / by Maude Barlow and Tony Clarke A general economic critique of water privatization / by Dr. William J. Weida Global water grab: how corporations are planning to take control of local water services / by the Polaris Institute Thirst: a debate on water privatization Fluid dynamics: a debate on water privatization, Part one / by Peter Cook Wrung dry: a debate on water privatization, Part two / by Maude Barlow and Sara Ehrhardt The right to privacy: a debate on water privatization, Part three / by Peter Cook Drink different: a debate on water privatization, Part four / by Maude Barlow and Sara Ehrhardt Roiling the waters: a debate on water privatization, Part five / by Peter Cook All wet: a debate on water privatization, Part six / by Maude Barlow and Sara Ehrhardt Conflict and cooperation Managing water conflict and cooperation / by Aaron T. Wolf, Annika Kramer, Alexander Carius, and Geoffrey D. Dabelko Water, conflict, and cooperation / by Alexander Carius, Geoffrey D. Dabelko, and Aaron T. Wolf Special issues Water, development, and large dams / by The World Commission on Dams Globalization: international trade in water / by Peter H. Gleick, Gary Wolff, Elizabeth Chalecki, and Rachel Reyes Key documents The Dublin statement on water and sustainable development Rio declaration on environment and development World water vision report: vision statement and key messages / by William J. Cosgrove and Frank R. Rijsberman Water is life: a civil society world water vision for action The 3rd world water forum ministerial declaration NGO statement: 3rd world water forum General comment no. 15 (2002): the right to water.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.