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Sectan 1. Changing Contexts 1 Global Map 1: Index of Nonsustainable Water Use 2 Global Map 2: Urban Population Growth 3 Chapter 1: Living in a Changing World 5 Chapter 2 The Challenges of Water Governance IUNP, with IFAD) 43 Chapter 3: Water and Human Settlements in an Urbanizing World (UN HArITAT) 87 Changing Natural Systems 115 Global Map 3 Relative Water Stress Index 116 Global Map 4: Sources of Contemporary Nitrogen Loading 117 Chapter 4: The State of the Resource (UNESCO & WiO, with IAEA) 119 Chapter 5: Coastal and Freshwater Ecosystems (UNEP) 159 Chalenges for Well -being and Devel opment 199 Global Map 5: Domestic and Industrial Water Use 200 Global Map 6: Sediment Trapping by large Dams and Reservoirs 201 Chapter 6: Protecting and Promoting Human Health iWHO & UNICEF) 203 Chapter 7: Water for Food, Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods (IFAO & IFAO) 243 Chapter 8: Water and Industry (UNIDO) 275 Chapter 9: Water and Energy IUNiDOc 305 Secton 4 Management Responses and Stewardship337 Global Map 7 The Climate Moist5re Coefficientof Vaoiaion 338 Global Map 8: The Water Reuse Index 339 Chapter 10: Managing Risks: Securing the Gains of Development 1WIO & UN-ISDRi 341 Chapter 11: Sharing Water (UNESCO) 371 Chapter 12: Valuing and Charging for Water IUNDESAI 399 Chapter 13: Enhancing Knowledge and Capacity (UNESCOI 433 Sertion 5 Sharing Responsibiit465 Chapter 14: Case Studies: Moving Towards an Integrated Approach 467 Chapter 15: Conclusions and Recommendations for Action 519