Better water resource policies and more investments needed, including adaptation of ag to climate change.
IN 2050, there will be enough water to help produce the food needed to feed a global population that's expected to exceed 9 billion, but overconsumption, degradation and the impact of climate change will reduce water supplies in many regions, especially developing countries, the U.N. Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Water Counc
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