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Issue of Groundwater Sustainability

Author(s): Emily Twain

The existential demand for water is one of the most common requirements for practically any sort of life. This need has recently gotten a lot of attention in the context of manageability discussions. In agricultural countries, groundwater is increasingly relied on as a source of drinkable water, yet variables such as population growth, advancement, and environmental change provide challenges for maintaining a steady supply. Furthermore, natural manageability and safe access to new water are two of the United Nations’ eight Millennium Development Goals, and water is essential to most aspects of life.