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Water Scarcity Could Push Conflict, Migration by 2050

The potential impact of climate change has never been just about rising temperatures. New research says that in the next 35 years, water insecurity -- made worse by climate change -- could force migration, spark conflict and and be a significant financial drag on regional governments. The warning comes in a new report from the World Bank titled "High and Dry: Climate Change, Water and the Economy." "Water scarcity is a major threat to economic growth and stability...

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