By: Jill Boberg
Explosive population growth during the 20th century coincided with environmental change, such as global warming increased pollution, and resource depretion. Water resources may be reaching their limits in certain regions, with the potential for widespread shortages. The author focuses on how population size and distribution have affected water quality and availability potential consequences in the future influences that mediate the impact of population dynamics on water and implications for policy.
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