Many of the world’s economies could shrink in the next few decades as climate change makes it harder to find fresh water supplies. The lack of water could spur waves of migration, spark conflicts within countries and cause food prices to spike to untenable levels, the World Bank warned in a report this week. Researchers found…
Economies In The Middle East, East Asia And Africa's Central And Sahel Regions Are Most At Risk From Global Water Scarcity: World Bank
5/08/2016 01:57:00 PM
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Labels: Africa , Agriculture , Asia , Central Africa , Climate Change , Drought , Economic Crisis , Emerging Markets , Environment , Food Crisis , Food Prices , Middle East , Migrants , Political Instability , Sahel Region , Shortages , Social Unrest , Water , Water Crisis , Water Shortage
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