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One of the potentially devastating impacts of climate change is a shrinking supply of water. A growing world population and urbanization are placing greater demands on a smaller supply of water, just as droughts caused by rising greenhouse gas levels are increasing. In fact, by 2030 water supplies will satisfy only 60% of demand globally and less than 50% in many developing regions, where the water supply is already under stress, according to a report from McKinsey & Co.

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