In some areas, climate change is creating more water than usual, but is rapidly melting our most abundant fresh water sources on the planet. In places like the Himalayas and other glacial regions, the ice that is normally replenished year after year is melting too fast, causing floods but ultimately leading to a shortage of fresh water as that melted ice trickles through rivers and into the sea.
In other parts of the world, like America, population growth and climate change coupled together have created a shortage of drinking water. By depleting our groundwater water reserves, using poor sewage systems and not cutting back on water use, America will face an expensive and disastrous water shortage in the future if changes aren’t made.
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