Water management in Europe: price and non-price approaches to water conservation

Publication Created 04 Jul 2017 Published 04 Jul 2017
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European Union (EU) water policies encourage Member States to implement better water demand management practices. This is a response to the pressures on water resources that are continuously increasing. Management practices on water demand are being revised to improve the existing supply-demand balance and ultimately to bring about a more water-efficient society.

Water management in Europe: price and non-price approaches to water conservation

Publication Created 04 Jul 2017 Published 04 Jul 2017
1 min read
Briefing No 7/2017
European Union (EU) water policies encourage Member States to implement better water demand management practices. This is a response to the pressures on water resources that are continuously increasing. Management practices on water demand are being revised to improve the existing supply-demand balance and ultimately to bring about a more water-efficient society.

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