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Water pollution and water shortage are two of the most important environmental problems in China. Water pollution in China started in the 1950s and ha...Read more
Organic farming (OF) appears as a potential solution to water pollutions problems because its regulations forbids the use of chemical fertilisers and ...Read more
Aparticipatory research team, concerned about water quality around LakeGeneva, particularly in the Montreux Bay region where some were lifeguards, ran...Read more
Improved water quality, through a reduction in diffuse pollution from agricultural sources, is an expected benefit of agri-environment schemes, but th...Read more
The EU 'Nitrates Directive' (Directive 91/676/EEC) and the WFD (Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EEC) introduced a series of measures designed to red...Read more
In Britain, man's alteration to river habitats began with forest clearances and continued with developments for water power and navigation. Industrial...Read more
Human activities are greatly changing the conditions of ecosystems. One of these major changes is that more and more ecosystems are facing increasing ...Read more
China is Asia's most important upstream riparian country, sharing 110 rivers and lakes with 18 downstream countries. Consequently, China's management ...Read more
Shallow lakes are important components of the biosphere, but they are also highly vulnerable to damage from human activities in their catchments, such...Read more
Too little water (scarcity), too much water (flooding) and poor quality water (pollution) represent a risk to sustained economic growth. Evidence sugg...Read more