WaterByte #14 – The Shortage, Rising Demand, and Dwindling Supply of World-Wide Water

There are many water problems in the world, but a lot of countries face the issue of actually running out.  The rising demand of water strains the small amount of water we have, causing the world-wide supply to dwindle.  All three of these water problems are caused by agricultural, domestic, and industrial use throughout the world, and can only be fixed through conservation and smart water usage.  Author: Abbey Dufoe (recorded Spring 2011).

Length: 5 minutes, 58 seconds


Script: Click here to download a PDF of the script and references

Water shortage - geograph.org.uk - 1255264
Ian Paterson [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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