Optimistic but Cautious, Grenada Bolsters Its Water Resources

Inter Press Service: One daunting scientific forecast states that almost half of the world`s population will live in areas of water scarcity by 2030. Yet Christopher Husbands, the head of Grenada`s National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA), is unfazed. "Nationally, we have adequate resources, certainly taking us way past 2030," he told IPS, adding that for the coming decades Grenada did not need to be overly concerned about the coming water scarcity. Yet he allowed that two villages in Grenada do not have......

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