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Knowledge and innovation for safe and sustainable water resources: opportunities and challenges

Dhaoui, Iyad (2013): Knowledge and innovation for safe and sustainable water resources: opportunities and challenges. Published in:

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As considered a limiting factor for economic development, water management requires special attention. So, undertaking development of sustainable solutions to 21st century water resource problems becomes a strategic imperative. But, this is combined with some problems relating to the management of water. In this perspective, there is a significant need to train a new generation of water management. With the introduction of sustainable integrated water management (SIWM), traditional optimization in water resources which is called sustainability water management (SWM) has lost its leading role. Furthermore, to explain this new purpose, we combine real explanation in the sense that they are based on the investigation of empirical determinations. Indeed, sustainability integrated concept get scientific knowledge out in front of tomorrow concerns. In this sense, we will try to explain how adapting and integrating technological architecture to resource efficiency overcomes challenge statements of the nations existing water problem, especially in agriculture and in industry issues. We will explain also how technological solutions and decision support systems lead to a more knowledge based approach to water resources management.

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