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Water consciousness : how we all have to change to protect our most critical resource

Tara Lohan
"Water Consciousness: How We All Have to Change to Protect Our Most Critical Resource is a solution-focused guide to the global water crisis hitting home everywhere. In-depth essays from leading thinkers and stunning photographs illuminate what we can do as individuals and as nations to reverse this crisis. Authors cover a breadth of topics including conservation, privatization, technology, grassroots movements, and the need for new laws that treat water as a common trust, not a commodity. Water Consciousness will not only inspire you to change how you think about water but also to change how you live with and use water every day."--Jacket
Print Book, English, ©2008
AlterNet Books ; Watershed Media, San Francisco, CA, Healdsburg, CA, ©2008
225 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 23 cm
9780975272442, 0975272446
How much is left? an overview of the crisis / Eleanor Sterling, Erin Vintinner
Is there a plan for drought? / Tom Engelhardt
The crisis and solutions: a conversation with Peter Gleick / Roger Stone
The new corporate threat to our water / Alan Snitow, Deborah Kaufman
Thinking outside the bottle / Kelli Louaillier
Agriculture's big thirst: how to change the way we grow our food / Wenonah Hauter
The age of consequences: a short history of dams / Jacques Leslie
Watershed literacy: restoring community and nature / Brock Dolman
Acequais: a model for local governance of water / Paula Garcia, Miguel Santistevan
Can we conserve our way out of this? / Christina Roessler
Natural solutions to our water crisis? / Erin Vintinner, Eleanor Sterling
Water neutral: new technology and green design / Eric Lohan, Tara Lohan
On developing "water consciousness": eight movement building principles / Tony Clarke
The sacred waters / Vandana Shiva
Making water a human right / Maude Barlow
Why we need a water ethic / Sandra Postel