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30SEP
2014
Book: Fred Pearce: Downstream Voices: Wetland solutions to reducing disaster risk
Category: International Development, Latest News, Water & Sanitation

The 43-page book, “Downstream Voices”, commissioned by Wetlands International and written by Fred Pearce (news editor at the New Scientist), takes the reader on a journey to three large river basins in India, Mali and Senegal where Wetlands International improves water resource management and the condition of wetlands to make communities more resilient to extreme weather events and impacts from climate change.

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