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Will water become the next war?
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The world’s population is growing and water consumption is increasing, but water resources are decreasing. “The world is running out of water,” stated Tony Clarke and Maude Barlow, activists and experts on water issues, in their article ‘Water Wars’, published by the Polaris Institute in 2003. They said that by 2025, world population would increase to 2.6 billion more than the present day and water demands would exceed availability by 56 percent. People will live in water-scarcity areas, and disputes over resources are inevitable.

In an aerial view, the low water levels are visible at Lake Oroville on July 22, 2021



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56thediplomat.com Are ‘Water Wars’ Coming to Asia? Climate change-induced water loroto-September 22
55Well when it comes to whales it's not the Chinese :0) I think the Chinese lCogito Ergo Sum-September 22
54Hopefully the GrandBanks will recover.. I'm thinking improved Canadian enforroto-September 21
53bbc.com ANCIENT ENGINEERING MARVELS | CITY | ARIZONA | USA | NORTH AMERICA The wroto-September 11
52in addition to China's covid lockdown affecting all things China, "...nroto-August 28
51droughtmonitor.unl.edu [graphic] roto-August 5
50nytimes.com The Coming Crisis Along the Colorado River Aug. 4, 2022 [graphic] Croto-August 5
49edition.cnn.com Great Salt Lake is 'in trouble' as level falls to lowesroto-July 13
48Yes they are akin to catfish and I do not buy them :) piracy .. Canada's gCogito Ergo Sum-July 10
47mine.. about the damn dams. but I'm thinking Tilapia is much the 'farmeroto-July 10
46Do some Tilapia fishing :) I am jealous.. I really admire your globe trotting Cogito Ergo Sum-July 10
45VNM trying to form a bottom.. yet Vietnam the country seems to already bottomed Cogito Ergo Sum-July 8
44soon I'll be putting the Mekong River in play..roto-July 8
43That's a great video.. thx.. but from the get go I saw the problemCogito Ergo Sum-July 8
42Why Egypt's lifeline is drying up | Nile Conflict [youtube video]roto-July 6
41Revealed: US water likely contains more ‘forever chemicals’ than EPA tests show&roto-July 6
40Cali is a good example... environmental disasters they causeCogito Ergo Sum-July 5
39Lake Mead Drought Update!!! What's Going On?!!! [youtube video]roto-July 3
38I am in Canada .. We are HUGELY water blessed despite your side wanting to draiCogito Ergo Sum-July 1
37water is water.. does not matter a rat's ass about anything else. if one hasroto-July 1
36Sadder is that governments are surreptitiously encouraging such high population Cogito Ergo Sum-July 1
35they're screwed but not as much as Phoenix.. No large city grew faster tharoto-June 30
34This has to have strong ramifications for CaliforniaCogito Ergo Sum-June 30
33Drought-stricken US warned of looming 'dead pool' bbc.com [graphic] Aroto-June 4
32The Intersection Between Illegal Fishing, Crimes at Sea, and Social Well-Being froto-May 30
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