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ISBN:
0868488100
Author:
J. Diescho
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gamsberg Macmillan Publishers (Pty.) Ltd ,Namibia (December 31, 1993)
Pages:
195 pages
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1282 kb
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1798 kb
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1545 kb
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Water-although it covers more than two-thirds of the earth's surface, clean, potable water is in critically short supply. Chamberlain outlines many of the current water problems and lays out clear principles for action that engaged citizens from various traditions can undertake to meet the growing water challenges through conservation and water management policies. The book describes many religious practices from around the world that help sustain and restore water by using new technologies and reviving old ones.

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