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.
Most global water-related crises, such as water scarcity, drought, desertification, flooding, rising sea levels and climate change, are symptoms of long-term mismanagement of rainwater and vegetation. This results in global disruptions to Natural Water Cycles. Responding to these problems with industrial methods of control and mitigation is not a viable solution. These unsustainable methods can be superseded by the New Water Paradigm, which underpins the Global Action Plan (GAP). This global plan proposes a holistic response which will simultaneously address all of these problems.