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Dr. Christine A. Stevens
The core topic of this paper will be an examination of a comparative study of the water issue in India, with a particular emphasis on New Delhi, and the water crisis on the island of Guam, with a large amount of focus being placed on an assessment of the possible causes as well as potential remedies. Due to the impact the water problem has on the ecosystem, the welfare of the populace, and the security of their food supply, a solution must be found. There are rising concerns that endangers the health of both of these nations as well as their capacity to contribute to development. You'll discover that the government, agriculture, climate change, and pollution are prominently stressed as the main contributors concerning the water crisis.
Marshall, Jordina, "Comparative Analysis of the Water Crisis in Guam and New Delhi: Evaluating Causes and Potential Solutions" (2023). Global Honors Theses. 91.
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