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By N. E. Busch, J. Fjeldså, J. Aa. Hansen, E. Lund, O. Olsen (auth.), J. Aa. Hansen (eds.)

"How am I taken with the surroundings from the place I stand professionally?" Or, "what is the environmental fringe of my profession?" a couple of impressive lecturers have been requested to think about those questions in 1989 with the purpose of commencing an leading edge dialogue on environmental alterations and an knowing of ways those are on the topic of human actions. on the own invitation of the Programme Committee, 17 members, every one of whom have diverse expert backgrounds and nationalities, ready a paper and met for a symposium in Elsinore, Denmark, in September of 1990. a few of the authors revised their unique papers a result of discussions in the course of the symposium. After peer evaluation and modifying, the contributions have been published during this publication in types that specific the authors' own convictions and precedence environmental issues. The authors contributed to the symposium by means of providing papers and participat­ ing in stimulating and occasionally provocative discussions. The Programme Committee is thankful for the pro thought supplied and for the religious and hot, social surroundings during which the symposium took place.

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OKUN 29 safe water 24 hours per day in the home at the turn of a tap, at a very small fraction of a penny per litre, the funds will be found. Such service is rarely available in the developing world. The health status of populations in the developing world reflect the absence of proper water supply and sanitation. Water-borne infectious disease, virtually eliminated in the industrial world, still take a heavy toll in the developing world, particularly among children. Infant mortality rates, even though understated in Asia, Africa and Latin America, are more than IO-fold greater than in the industrialized world, often exceeding 200 deaths per 1000 live births in the first year.

However, their responsibility for the health of the inhabitants of the area involved, primarily concerns the inhabitants as a group and can be effectuated via the local or regional authorities. Therefore, they preferably approach the problem from the side of the pollutants. A health risk evaluation is performed. The results are used by the authorities in deciding how to solve the problem in terms of sanitation, as well as whether additional medical or hygienic measures are to be taken. , 1988).

Ltd. Bangkok, KNI2-18. A. (1990), Water reuse in developing countries. Water and Wastewater International, February, pp. 13-21. Snow, J. , 1965. United Nations (1986), Global Report on Human Settlements, Centre for Human Settlements, Nairobi. Zaroff, B. A. (1984), Water vending in developing countries. Aqua, 5: 289-295. 33 B. SANGSTER 4. O. Box 5406,2280 HK Rijswijk, the Netherlands ABSTRACT Today's challenge is to restore the balance between man and his environment. The aim is to improve the quality ofboth man's health and the condition of the environment.

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