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Customer perspectives on new urban water services

Water consumption worldwide increased by six times between 1900 and 1995, and approximately 70% of the population of the European countries are facing water shortage (Macedonio et al., 2012). Therefore, as water is becoming a more critical resource, more comprehensive management efforts with respect to water supply and availability are emerging. In keeping with this, there is a growing need to...

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Water, water everywhere…not anymore

In recent weeks drought has been a huge media story in the UK, following the announcement in February that much of southern and eastern England was officially in a state of drought, due to two consecutive dry winters.  Droughts are natural events caused by an extended period of low rainfall; they are more commonly associated with countries such as Africa and Australia, however, they are becoming...

Great progress in Work Area 2 ‘Policy, Financing and Society’

During a Work Area 2 meeting with 15 attendees from eight different countries, the overall advancement of the Work Area was discussed and positively perceived.  The principal ambition in Work Area 2 is to support the development and assessment of adaptive potential in the governance and socio-economic regimes which shape urban water provision. Work Area 2 aims at delivering innovations to...