With water scarcity now a serious global concern, agencies involved in water resources management internationally are seeking to work together to promote efficient and sustainable solutions. Recycling and reclaiming water should be a key objective for both agricultural and urban supply, says Global Water Partnership’s Executive Secretary Dr Ania Grobicki in an interview with the magazine "Global - the International Briefing".
Dr Grobicki stresses that large-scale engineering schemes should not be embarked upon without careful consideration of the wider consequences. Based in Stockholm, the GWP exists to foster integrated water resource management as a worldwide network of official institutions, development banks, water-related professional associations, research institutes, NGOs and the private sector.
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