Liczba stron: 104
Wydanie: 2012 r.
This book explores new opportunities for developing countries which are encountering water scarcity challenges. With the rapid increase in water scarcity around the globe many countries are looking for alternative water sources as well as revising their policies to meet the ever growing future demands of their population. The issue is even more worrisome in countries which rely on shared water such as Egypt. The study, which is conducted in the most downstream part of the River Nile i-e Alexandria, reveals that even though the future predictions to meet the water demands from River Nile are not so much promising for Egypt, yet there are opportunities which could be explored to meet the growing water demands. The study concludes with some policy recommendations for both formal and informal institutions and organisations