The Looming Water Crisis
Many countries face a growing gap between the amount of water they can supply reliably and the amount they need. By 2030, water supplies will satisfy only 60% of global demand — and less than 50% in many developing regions where water supplies are already under stress. Governments will have to manage demand by raising the price of water or capping the amount users can draw.
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