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Fishman does a good job of explaining the water crisis so non scientific folks can understand.Published 16 hours ago by Kirsten Reynolds
What an eye opener. Excellent overview and very entertaining. But most of all, an inspiring message to all of us in the interest of future generations.Published 8 days ago by James z
The most fasinating and relevant book I've read in years and it should have a real application in our country NZPublished 1 month ago by mike webster
Little known aspects of water provide quite interesting reading. A unique subject ,written with an optimistic and
competent style. Recommended reading!
Not nearly as depressing as you might think. The author deftly hooks you from the first page with facts and figures on a ubiquitous substance we don't give nearly enough thought... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mary Rowe
Charles Fishman is right: hardly anyone thinks about water. Wide-ranging and motivating account. Now must consider what can I do? Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nouvelle
Heard about this book on NPR. It is a great read -- well written, lots of good in formation, thought provoking, and interesting. Everyone should read it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by George J McVey