Who Controls Water? Conflict, Cooperation, and "Soft" Power
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Sustainability Seminar delivered on February 23, 2011 by UC Irvine Professor David Feldman, "Who Controls Water? Conflict, Cooperation, and "Soft" Power". Water is our planet's most precious resource. It is required by every living thing, yet a huge proportion of the world's population struggles to access it. Agriculture, aquaculture, industry, and energy depend on it - yet its adequacy and safety engender conflict. This conflict is likely to intensify as threats to freshwater abundance and... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: June 27, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 27, 2014
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Keywords: water politics, agriculture, water, pollution, sustainability, water resource management, soft power

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