Squeeze on water resources

Squeeze on water resources

Pressures on freshwater resources are intensifying as a result of climate change, pollution and overuse. Who gets access to clean water, who owns it and how is it managed? Is there effective regulation in place and are rules being adequately enforced?  


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This story first appeared in the following: The Guardian, The Guardian, The Telegraph, BBC World Service, The Intercept,

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