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Title: Water resources in the context of globalization
Authors: Angheluta, Petrica Sorin
Radulescu, Carmen Valentina
Keywords: Environment;Globalization;Water resources
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: National Research and Development Institute for Industrial Ecology, INCD-ECOIND
A rational use can lead to the protection of water resources. In a community, the state of the environment is influenced by both the quality and the quantity of water resources. The state of the environment is also given by measures to protect water resources in other areas such as energy, transport, agriculture, fisheries and tourism. The supply of drinking water is influenced by water quality. A prudent and rational use of natural resources, including water resources, can help preserve, protect and improve the quality of the environment. Water management and use of water resources are very important. The importance is the multiple use of water. This may lead to deterioration in the qualitative parameters of water resources. This raises the
issue of implementing rehabilitation and development measures for wastewater management systems. The application of modern and non-polluting technologies can lead to pollution prevention. In many areas, it is used in addition to surface water and groundwater. From this point of view, the article presents an analysis of the quality of surface waters and groundwater. Globalization has favoured technological transfer from developed countries to developing countries. Given the economic development of a country, globalization has made the role of human capital grow. It also had an effect on competitiveness. The article presents the evolution of the population served by the public water supply system, respectively the quantity of drinking water distributed to the consumers. In a globalized economy, increasing competitiveness is based on knowledge.
International Symposium "The Environment and the Industry", SIMI 2017
ISSN: L : 1843-5831 (on-line): 2457-8371
Appears in Collections:SIMI 2017

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