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Introduction to World Water Resources - RUVIVAL Toolbox

This video introduces the viewer to World Water Resources and is part of the Toolbox of the e-learning project RUVIVAL: https://www.ruvival.de/ Water is vital for the world. Inadequate access and inappropriate management of water result in a wide range of ecological challenges, also impacting the most basic human needs on sanitation, food and drinking water supplies. The knowledge on this planets hydrosphere is most essential as a pillar for a sustainable development and, especially, for reviving already water scarce regions. RUVIVAL - Sustainable Rural Development and highly productive New Towns is concerned with restoring degraded areas and creating new not just inhabitable, but liveable spaces. It is an e-learning project of the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) in cooperation with the Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU). World Water Resources by Fuzhi Yao, Ruth Schaldach and Ralf Otterpohl https://youtu.be/VTYz6NfQav8 is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0.


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