Water Policy in Mexico: Economic, Institutional and Environmental Considerations

June 25, 2018|
Water Policy in Mexico: Economic, Institutional and Environmental Considerations
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Mexico is currently facing severe problems with water availability, wastage and contamination. The most contaminated and over-exploited water resources are concentrated in the most populated areas of the country, where water is scarcer and its quality makes it unsuitable for a variety of uses, including human consumption. At the same time it is indisputable that water quality is a determining factor in public health and ecosystems. The significant growth in population and industry results in a high demand for water, along with contaminating discharges, few of which are treated – and the impact upon the ecosystems is evident. This book addresses all these topics in a single volume, taking into account the challenges presented by the economic, institutional and environmental considerations in Mexico’s water policy framework.

Title:Water Policy in Mexico: Economic, Institutional and Environmental Considerations
Format:Kobo ebook
Published:June 25, 2018
Publisher:Springer International Publishing
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9783319761152

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