Water, global change and health: Research gaps, research priorities
Research priorities to improve water-associated global health problems should be derived through a formula reflecting burden of disease and intervention cost-effectiveness. This is far from the case, due to global inequality and also because of institutional lags which mean most populations and policy makers conceptualise the world as a myriad of small groups, rather than one interlinked system. The paper then discusses links between global change, water and health, including aquifer depletion...[Show more]
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