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Traditional water management practices highlighted in new UN book

Traditional water management practices highlighted in new UN book

Cover of new ILO book
"Our study investigates how communities are adapting to the increasing severity of droughts and poor access to water, to assess the impact of environmental change on custodial water practices and traditional environmental knowledge"
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Research by a social scientist based within the James Hutton Institute’s Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences (SEGS) has been featured in a book recently published by the International Labour Organization (ILO), a specialized agency of the United Nations.

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This article was originally posted by The James Hutton Institute