The New Water Paradigm Is Important For the Future of Humanity and the Earth

Jan’s Quick-Take: A brief letter written for the Valley Green Journal by Michal Kravčík . I hope this will inspire you to look up his other works in the library. Start with Water for the Recovery of the Climate-A...

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Evapotranspiration – A Driving Force in Landscape Sustainability

Jan’s Quick-Take: This is must reading if you really want to understand the dynamics of climate. No, this is not another piece on fossil fuel emissions! Jan Pokorny and his colleagues are leaders in presenting to all of us...

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The New Water Paradigm: Global Climate and Ecosystem Restoration

Bernd Walter Müller edited by: Helena Laughton Jan's Quick Take: Very understandable reading about the importance of the New Water Paradigm. Abstract: Most global water-related crises, such as water scarcity, drought, desertification, flooding, rising sea levels and climate...

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After Us, the Desert and the Deluge?

Ing. Michal Kravčík,CSc. / Juraj Kohutiar / Michal Gažovič / Ing. Martin Kováč / Miroslav Hríb / Pavol Šuty / Dana Kravčíková   PDF: 25,825 KB https://www.theflowpartnership.org/books/   Jan’s Quick-Take: This is a large and lavishly illustrated volume detailing the Slovakian “Landscape Revitalisation and Integrated...

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UNITED STATES ACTION PLAN FOR THE RESTORATION OF NATURAL WATER CYCLES AND CLIMATE

FOREWORD: A "new water paradigm" is necessary to address heat waves, drought, floods, and severe storms that are increasingly wreaking havoc in the US. Michal Kravčík argues that the "old water paradigm" of conventional rainwater management calls for wastefully draining...

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