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The Immediate Climate Threat Is Water Scarcity, Not Rising Sea Levels

I have been having a couple of discussions on this topic especially due to the fact that many think that the immediate threat to climate change is rising water levels. I agree 100% that rising wate...

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It is nice to see that there are new innovations and people actually looking for a cleaner and more world conscouis way of living in the future.

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The Immediate Climate Threat Isn't Rising Sea Levels, It's Water Scarcity - The Atlantic Cities

The Immediate Climate Threat Isn't Rising Sea Levels, It's Water Scarcity - The Atlantic Cities | WATER SCARCITY | Scoop.it
The Atlantic Cities The Immediate Climate Threat Isn't Rising Sea Levels, It's Water Scarcity The Atlantic Cities These are natural topics to generate interest in the heating Earth – the mental image of a city overrun with briny water, like New...
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New water systems need to be setup now before its to late 

 

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Water scarcity across globe to hit 500 million people: Study - Economic Times

Water scarcity across globe to hit 500 million people: Study - Economic Times | WATER SCARCITY | Scoop.it
Water scarcity across globe to hit 500 million people: Study
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Water scarcity will worsen across the world, and particularly in countries like India, as a result of unchecked climate change.
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Its pretty obvious. No water will put an end to the whole world.  Governments  and Organizations will slowly shut down. For that reason money should be invested on what could be done for the future. 

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Water scarcity by 2030: True for every second person on earth, UN says

Water scarcity by 2030: True for every second person on earth, UN says | WATER SCARCITY | Scoop.it
About a half of the global population could be facing water shortages by 2030 when demand would exceed water supply by 40 percent, says United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon.

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With over population happening everywhere do you even think we could make it to 2030

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