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Stressing out about water stress

Kari Pohl

It’s not just climate change that will affect global water stress! Model simulations predict that when both climate change and socioeconomic growth are considered, an additional ~1.8 billion people could be living in a region of moderate water stress by 2050.Article: “The future of global water stress: An integrated assessment,” Schlosser et al. 2014. Earth’s Future. DOI: 10.1002/2014EF000238

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