Posted by: snsolomon | October 29, 2010

Watch Steven Solomon’s keynote address to the opening session of the Water Environment Federation’s Annual meeting in New Orleans, October 4, 2010, attended by 17,500 water professionals. “New Water Paradigms for the Age of Freshwater Scarcity”

Nature Conservancy Magazine, Recommended Reading and Review, Autumn 2010 Steven Solomon’s WATER: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power, and Civilization.
Excerpt: Steven Solomon relays the history of what is arguably Earth’s most precious resources. When Solomon traveled to Kenya in 2004, he witnessed firsthand the crippling effect that a lack of water can have on a family, a community, a society. Thus he views water as an “agent of change” and “man’s most indispensable natural resource”…Solomon’s comprehensive history looks at the importance of water from the earliest civilizations to the rise of Europe, from the Industrial Revolution to today, a period he calls the “Age of Scarcity”. As human population approaches 9 billion, he says, water is an every more precious, ever more limited resource.

Watch Steven Solomon’s 3 part interview for Rainmakers TV documentary in collaboration with PBS’ KBTC:

Read Steven Solomon’s blog in on the occasion of World Blog Action Day, October 15. This year’s topic: Water “Redesigning Our Cities for the Dawning Age of Global Freshwater Scarcity” October 15, 2010

“The Struggle for Asia’s Water”
Read Steven Solomon’s article in Forbes’ special 10 year look ahead issue, September 9, 2010

Review of WATER: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power & Civilization in Foreign Affairs September-October 2010

Around the Water Cooler, Blog Talk Radio, Listen to the interview with Steven Solomon October 13, 2010



  1. Check out Steven Solomon’s 3-part interview with Rainmakers Television:

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