WaA call for papers: The politics of groundwater overexploitation
29th issue now available
Water Alternatives has published its 29th issue (Vol. 10 Issue 3), which is now available! After 10 years of existence we have provided over 2 million downloads through our website and other sites. Thanks to all for your support and interest. Click here to access the table of contents and pdf of articles.
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