Water & air
This section focuses on the challenges that exist in the areas of drinking water quality, water demand, waste water, contaminants, air quality and climate.
 Kulshreshtha S.N., A global outlook for water resources to the year 2025, Water Resources Management 12 (3) 167-184, 1998
Making it a priority for everybody to get access to clean drinking water.
Developing management and distribution strategies to ensure that clean water remains accessible as demand increases. (Further information to follow).
Making wastewater treatment energy neutral, there by enabling the beneficial re-use of its by-products. (Further information to follow).
Researching measurement, fate and impact of existing and emerging contaminants. (Further information to follow).
Air quality and climate
Understand the chemistry of the atmosphere in order to predict the impact of changes and to enable us to prevent and mitigate further changes. (Further information to follow).
The RSC and its network aim to raise awareness and support research into water through various policy activities, public activities and other events.
Contact and Further Information
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