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Pollution risks worsening global water scarcity: Study

Eutrophication in a lake in China. Credit: Mengru Wang Water scarcity could affect three billion more people than previously expected by mid-century, with increased pollution rendering river sources “unsafe” for humans and wildlife, researchers warned Tuesday. The UN’s climate science panel has said that around half the world’s population currently faces severe water scarcity for at

Governments spend US$22 billion a year helping the fishing industry empty our oceans. This injustice must end

Overfishing has dire consequences for ocean health and for the millions of people who depend on fish for food and well-being. Globally, catch has been steadily declining since the 1990s. It’s a trend that’s likely to continue if we fail to act now. Nearly all governments, including Australia’s, subsidize their fishing industries. Financial support comes

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