Water security and climate change challenges in developing countries
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Bird, Jeremy. 2013. Water security and climate change challenges in developing countries. In Brittlebank, W.; Saunders, J. (Eds.). Climate action 2013-2014. [Produced for COP19 - United Nations Climate Change Conference, Warsaw, Poland, 11-22 November 2013]. London, UK: Climate Action; Nairobi, Kenya: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). pp.145-148.
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