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Water crises are the biggest risk facing mankind — here's why

Water crises are the biggest risk in the next 10 years, according to a World Economic Forum survey of experts released in January. When you look at the big picture, it's not surprising. In short, we don’t have enough fresh water, and things are getting worse. Four billion people already face severe water scarcity at least one month each year, according to a recent study.
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