Alarm on water consumption in food production

In the production of food, groundwater is used in many countries more quickly than it can be supplemented. Deficiencies, in the long run, endanger the food production.

Almost everyone is affected by this, according to the researcher Carole Dalin at University College London to the BBC. “When water supplies run out, food prices go up.” Dalin, together with others, studies water consumption in agriculture.

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