Water And Energy Shortages Are Fueling A Global Food Crisis

The Colorado River drought is so bad you can see it from space. Lake Powell and Lake Mead, which supply drinking water to millions of people in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, Arizona, and California, are each currently down to just 27% of their capacity, a near-complete collapse

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Concurrent Droughts Worldwide Likely to Threaten Global Food and Water Security in Near Future: Study | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

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Recent collaborative research has found that droughts co-occurring across different regions of the world could place an unprecedented strain on the global agricultural systems, threatening the water and food security of millions of people.

Continuing fossil fuel dependence will increase the probability of co-occurring droughts by 40% by the mid-21st

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