Estimates: (a) the economic losses to households of climate-induced water deficits (restricted supplies); (b) the resource costs of removing those deficits, and (c) the associated net benefits – i.e. the difference between (a) and (b).

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Metroeconomica
Year: 
2006
Publisher: 
Defra
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Metroeconomic (Ed.) (2006): Water Resources. Project E – Quantify the cost of impacts and adaptation. Defra.

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