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ASEAN Cooperation on Water Resources Management
Source : ASEAN Environment
ASEAN region is generally sufficient in natural resource to support the livelihood of its people. However some AMS do experience seasonal scarcity, and freshwater resources are under increasing pressures due to rapidly rising demand from industrial activities, agricultural use, and a growing population. More
Published on 15th APRIL 2015
Asia is the world's most dynamic region with the fastest economic growth. Yet more than 75% of countries in the region face serious water shortages, which if left unmanaged pose a real threat to continued growth and prosperity. More
Published on 23 March 2015
Despite the significant economic growth enjoyed by countries such as China, India, and South Korea in recent decades, many countries among the developing Asian region are still mired in poverty, suffering from a profound lack of access to modern - day necessities.More
Publish on 1st December 2011
Thousand of cities in the developing world face rising pressure on water provision due to population growth and urbanization, and climate change worsens these impacts.More
Publish on 8th May 2015
This is a copy of document that stated a policy of the 2010 - 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government. More
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