"A Vision of Interdisciplinary Graduate Education in Water and Environmental Resources in 2050" in Toward a Sustainable Water Future: Visions for 2050
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Toward a Sustainable Water Future: Visions for 2050 showcases the opinions of more than 50 experts who draw an optimistic picture of environmental and water resource conditions and issues midway through the 21st century. These authorities—distinguished professionals in environmental and water resources engineering, ecology, economics, and law—describe the pathways that could transform today's visions into future reality. Each chapter addresses a specific issue in water resources planning and policy, education, or science and technology and identifies the steps to shape a future of water security and sustainability. This collection of essays challenges readers to consider how society can manage natural and cultural resources to benefit present and future generations. It will be of particular interest to students, educators and practitioners in water resource engineering, as well as planners, environmental managers, and government officials at all levels.
American Society of Civil Engineers
Toward a Sustainable Water Future: Visions for 2050 (Walter M Grayman et al. eds., 2012)