Making Water Everybody's Business: Practice and Policy of Water Harvesting , a book, was released in Kathmandu, Nepal, on May 15, 2001, by the vice chancellor of Tribhuvan University, Navin Prakash Jung Shah. Centre for Science and Environment, a Delhi-based non-governmental organisation has published the book. Speaking at the public meeting, Shah stressed the need to harvest rainwater. "All good books are like having a conversation with the finest people of the past centuries. But reading this book is like having a conversation with people who have worked hard and successfully harvested rainwater," he said. This book takes a look at the emerging paradigm of water the world over.
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