Blue Covenant: The Global Water Crisis and the Coming Battle by Maude Barlow

By Maude Barlow

"You won't activate the faucet within the comparable manner after studying this book."
--Robert Redford

"</i>Blue Covenant</i> is an important booklet that's ever been written at the international water crisis."
--Wenonah Hauter, govt director, foodstuff & Water Watch

Maude Barlow has for many years been a number one voice arguing that entry to secure ingesting water will be a simple human correct. known as the "Al Gore of water," Barlow is some of the best type of advocate--deeply trained, articulate, and persuasive. crucial interpreting for somebody drawn to the rising overseas circulation for water justice, Blue Covenant is among the most vital books of our time.

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Phase II, Analysis of Energy Policies for 1980. Environ. Res. Center, Washington State Univ. 3. , et al. 1974. Energy in the State of Washing­ ton. Energy Policy Council, State of Washington, January. 4. Lee, C. 1974. The effects on an exogenous change in prices on a regional economy. D. Thesis. Washington State Univ. 5. L. R. Butcher. 1976. Effects of Exogenous Changes in Prices and Final Demand for Wheat and Energy Resources on the Washington Economy: An I/O Analysis. Agr. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull.

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1975. : Agricultural supplement. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. This page intentionally left blank ENERGY INTENSIVENESS OF WASHINGTON AGRICULTURE AND THE EFFECTS OF INCREASES IN ENERGY PRICES ON WASHINGTON AGRICULTURE Gene K. Lee ABSTRACT—Data are presented on the quantities of various forms of energy used directly in the production of six important agricultural commodities in Washington State. Indirect energy requirements (energy used in the production of inputs into agriculture) were calculated for four sectors of Washington State agriculture, using an input-output matrix.

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