Towards a More Responsive Water Policy and Practice: Challenges and Prospects
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This final chapter discusses key findings of the book; one significant finding, among others, is that the Philippines will suffer from an impending water crisis if institutions were not strengthened. Sectoral issues are also summarized. Challenges and ways forward are discussed.
KeywordsWater sustainability Water planning Science- based water management Water pricing Integrated Watershed Management
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