Defining Water Poverty and Evaluating Existing Information and Approaches to Reduce Water Poverty
In this study comprising 8 chapters, UKWIR has developed analysis in a number of areas to support the "Big Question" on how to achieve zero water poverty in 2030. The chapters are:
- Water Poverty in context
- Drivers of water poverty
- Potential metrics of water poverty
- Future pressures on water poverty
- Approach Toolkit for alleviating water poverty
Chapter 6 considers a range of approaches and interventions that could be used to support water poverty alleviation in the UK water sector which are also relevant to other countries. The different categories of alleviating water poverty include: bill reduction/income support; financial management; water efficiency; informational/behavioural change; provider practices; and cross-utility approaches.
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