News: September 2015
For most people in the developed world, getting access to clean drinking water is as simple as turning on a tap. Would that paying for water were so simple. But when we think about the water we consume, few of us realise that as much as 80% of its cost is associated with electricity use – a figure that’s as high in Britain as in drought-prone California.
This article by John Gallagher, Postdoctoral Researcher, at the School of Environment, Natural Resources & Geography, Bangor University was originally published on The Conversation.
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Publication date: 25 September 2015