|Statement||authors : C. Lallana ... [et al.] ; project manager N. Thyssen ; European Environment Agency|
|Series||Environmental issue report -- no. 19|
|Contributions||Lallana, C, Thyssen, Niels, European Environment Agency|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
Sustainable water use in Europe - Part 1: Sectoral use of water The European Environment Agency and its Topic Centre on Inland Waters is undertaking an assessment of the sustainable use of water in Europe. This report describes the first part of that assessment and looks in particular at the sectoral use of water across Europe. Sustainable water use in Europe - Part 2: Demand management. This is the second report from the European Environment Agency on sustainable water use in Europe and focuses on how the demand side of water management is being approached across Europe. Sustainable Water Management in Europe — the Water Framework Directive. Abstract. Directive /60/EC of the European Parliament and the Council of 23 October establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy (Water Framework Directive (WFD)) entered into force on 22 December Cited by: 4. Wastewater reuse in Europe. Book. Full-text available processes in wastewater reclamation and reuse world-wide and will depict their potential role in promoting more sustainable water use.
Sustainable Domestic Water use in the Mediterranean Regions The S.W.M.E.D. project, co-funded by the European Commission’ s ENPI CBC med Programme and by the National Funds of the participant. EEA Report No 2/ Water resources across Europe — confronting water scarcity and drought ISSN EEA Executive Director Jacqueline McGlade. The report 'Towards Efficient use of water resources in Europe' from the European Environment Agency (EEA) makes the case for an integrated water management, starting with better implementation of existing legislation. As a result, full-cost prices are proposed as a necessary instrument for the sustainable use of water; an instrument that promotes social equity in the long run. The assumptions of the study are examined in a comparative analysis of representative European pricing systems and urban management by:
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 94 pages: illustrations ; 30 cm. Series Title: Environmental issue report (European Environment. Municipal water is defined as the water we use for domestic, household purposes or public services. This is typically the most ‘visible’ form of water: the water we use for drinking, cleaning, washing, and cooking. Municipal water withdrawals are shown in the : Hannah Ritchie, Max Roser. On 27 April , the European Commission published the Urban Water Atlas for publication – the first of its kind – shows how different water management choices, as well as other factors such as waste management, climate change and even our food preferences, affect the long-term sustainability of water use in our cities. Sustainable water use in Europe. Part 1, Sectoral use of water. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; Lanham, Md.: Bernan Associates [distributor], (OCoLC) Online version: Sustainable water use in Europe. Part 1, Sectoral use of water.