Water Reclamation in Developing States and the World ...

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Water Reclamation in Developing States and the World Bank

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Hadley Dike Nathaniel
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University of Wyoming
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2008-04-26

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The first half of the 20th century was a period marked by rapid expansion of large scale water reclamation projects in the United States and Europe. This development set a course many less developed nations hoped to follow. Yet at the close of the 20th century and beginning of the 21st century the United States and other developed countries are seriously examining the value of their large scale reclamation projects. For countries seeking financing from international development agencies such as the World Bank this has meant having to examine a much broader range of factors to gain funding. Today countries planning a large scale water reclamation project and seeking financial support from the World Bank have to consider not only short term economic advantages but also environmental factors along with social justice issues, and long term viability. As a result the number of large scale water reclamation projects funded by the World Bank has declined over the past couple of decades.
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From - Undergraduate Research Day 2008 - Celebration of Research - Abstracts
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Undergraduate Research Day 2008

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