Stockholm Prize winner contends it's not a water crisis, but a water management crisis

If you asked Asit Biswas 15 years ago if he believed there was a water crisis, he would have answered "Yes." However, Asit, a former Stockholm Prize winner for his water research, stated in his lecture at the 2009 Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College that the water crisis is indeed a myth. ...

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