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Blueboqs depicts an urban transition towards a decentralised grid of circular water systems, focusing on the creation of greener, cooler, and water resilient cities.

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By Jeremiah Castelo, originally published by World Water Reserve on February 4, 2020. With factors as precarious as climate, failing infrastructure, increased global population, pollution, and excessive groundwater pumping, it is no wonder that the concern for water scarcity has garnered the attention of authorities across many agencies and sectors.

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Resilient cities involve significant investments that would lead to higher asset values. A cost-benefit analysis, including intangibles such as the health and well being of users, could make it possible to convert future costs and revenues into current values.

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Global water demand it's expected to increase around 20 to 30% by 2050, but climate change has affected rain cycles, causing more frequent, severe, and last-longer drought periods, even in countries like Germany, Belgium, Ireland, or the Netherlands, which are not traditionally dry. Aquifers around the world will be subjected to severe periods of stress, causing that many countries around the world have been implemented strategies for wastewater reclamation, with the aim of completely replace the use of natural freshwater for industrial and agricultural use.

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The city of Madrid generates high demand and pressure on water resources. Therefore, there is the need for a major change in water policies, which aims at providing more efficiency in it use and alternatives resources.

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The second part with two case studies of the Copenhagen Cloudburst Management Plan application

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