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         Sustainability Ecology:     more books (100)
  1. Sustainability: Economics, Ecology, and Justice (Ecology and Justice) by John B., JR. Cobb, 2007-01
  2. Environmental Social Science: Human - Environment interactions and Sustainability by Emilio Moran, 2010-02-15
  3. The Ecology of Commerce: A Declaration of Sustainability by Paul Hawken, 1994-08-03
  4. The Handbook of Sustainability Literacy: Skills for a Changing World
  5. Island Sustainability (Wit Transactions on Ecology and the Enviromnment) by S. Favro, C.A. Brebbia, et all 2010-03-31
  6. The Designer's Atlas of Sustainability: Charting the Conceptual Landscape through Economy, Ecology, and Culture by Ann Thorpe, 2007-06-20
  7. The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis
  8. The Ecology of Learning: Sustainability, Lifelong Learning and Everyday Life by John Blewitt, 2006-09
  9. The Sustainable City VI: Urban Regeneration and Sustainability (Wit Transactons on Ecology and the Environment) by C. A. Brebbia, S. Hernandez, et all 2010-03-16
  10. Sustainability, Human Ecology, and the Collapse of Complex Societies: Economic Anthropology and a 21st Century Adaptation (Mellen Studies in Anthropology Vol. 15) by Niccolo Caldararo, 2004-11
  11. Energy and Sustainability 2 (Wit Transactions on Ecology and the Environment) by A. A. Mammoli, 2009-06-08
  12. Island Sustainability (Wit Transactions on Ecology and the Enviromnment) by S. Favro, C.A. Brebbia, et all 2010-03-31
  13. The Bankruptcy of Economics: Ecology, Economics and the Sustainability of the Earth by Joseph Wayne Smith, Graham Lyons, et all 1999-09-04
  14. The Sustainable City V : Urban Regeneration and Sustainability (Wit Transactions on Ecology and the Environment) by A. Gospodini, C. A. Brebbia, et all 2008-09-12

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Water is running out! So warned United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos where he told delegates that actions to prevent discord over water shortages would need to be at the very top of the global agenda this year. This is a prescient warning to humankind. Water covers approximately 70 percent of the planet’s surface. Our rich diversity of life forms depend on abundant supplies of water. All life on Earth is thought to have originated in the ocean and today water makes up 60 to 70 percent of all living matter. About two-thirds of the human body is composed of water. Humans can live no more than a week without drinking water. Water is vital to our survival. In spite of this, potable water has become one of our scarcest resources. For decades, futurists have been predicting wars will be fought over water rather than oil. Well, the future has arrived. The conflict in the Darfur region of Sudan was sparked by drought. Water shortages contribute to poverty and social hardship in Somalia, Chad, Israel, Palestine, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Haiti, Columbia and Kazakhstan – all parts of the world where water is desperately needed but where guns our found instead.

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