Developing and applying water security metrics in China: Experience and challenges

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Sun, F.; Staddon, C.; Chen, M.;
  • Publisher: Elsevier

In recent years the ‘water security’ concept has gained both increased public profile and also traction in policy-making circles in China. Moreover its strategic significance for the country has been more frequently addressed by central government. Indicators characteri... View more
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