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205. Are We Going to Run Out of Water?

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This Environmental Studies Factsheet:
• Describes the water scarcity problem.
• Explains why it is expected to get worse.
• Outlines why the main problem is not just the amount of water available but also the factors stopping people getting what is available.

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September 2015

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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