Diego-Tijuana Water Epidemic
A study of the San Diego-Tijuana water epidemic.
# 8039 | 1,340 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002
Published on Feb 05, 2003 in Environmental Studies (Management) , Environmental Studies (Urban Issues) , Environmental Studies (Environmental Problems) , Latin-American Studies (Environmental Issues) , Public Administration (General)
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This environmental paper examines the San Diego-Tijuana water epidemic. The author presents the history and current factors involved in the problem: contamination and drought. It highlights the political issues involved in environmental city management for these Mexican and American border cities.
From the Paper:"In recent decades the world has come to realize that the earth's resources are not comprised of a bottomless pit. It has been acknowledged that there are resources that are threatening to run out or contaminate so that they can no longer be useful to mankind. One of the most important resources the world has is the water supply. "
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