Table of Contents

Changing Global Water Management Landscape.
More Urban and More Aged: Demographic Pressures to Global Water Resources by 2050.
Water and the Next Generation – Towards a More Consistent Approach.
Adaptive Water Management: Strengthening Laws and Institutions to Cope with Uncertainty.
In Search of a Comprehensive Approach to Sustainable Management of Water Resources in the World Community.
Science, Ideology and Sustainable Development: An Actor-Oriented Approach.
Leading and Managing Change in Water Reform Processes Capacity Building Through Human Resource Development.
The European Water Framework Directive: Potential for Change and Implications Beyond 2020.
Towards a Climate-Proof Netherlands.
The Strategic Role of Water in Alleviating the Human Tragedy Associated with HIV/AIDS in Africa.
Irrigation and Water Policies in Aragon.
Singapore Water: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.
The Pace of Change in Seawater Desalination by Reverse Osmosis. Water is intertwined in the daily life of humans in countless ways. As water affects human lives, the mankind also effects the hydrological cycle. Water is largely a political good since a bulk of the mankind lives in river basins shared by two or more nations. This title approaches these complexities in depth.