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Drinking Water

A History

By James Salzman
18-minute read
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Drinking Water: A History by James Salzman

Drinking Water (2012) looks at our relationship with potable water. Weaving through history to the present day, the book reveals interesting and sometimes shocking facts about drinking water and our thirst-quenching habits.

  • Anyone concerned about what goes into their bodies
  • People who care about the environment
  • Lovers of water

James Salzman is the author of several books and over 80 academic papers. He is also the Donald Bren Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law at UCLA School of Law.

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