What impact will dwindling water resources have on our future ability to feed ourselves? Globally, agriculture uses more than 70 percent of the fresh water drawn from lakes, rivers and underground reserves. But with a rising population and growing water demand, Earth Report asks whether there will be enough fresh water to grow sufficient food, let alone provide enough to drink. While underground reserves are being pumped dry, Earth Report finds that new ways to catch rainfall can provide a clever antidote to all the talk of a water crisis.
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