Climate change does not threaten our water supply as much as human development, and our unbridled expansion. Climate change could cause droughts in some reasons–and way more rain than you could ever need in other places–but it is really our use of water (or perhaps overuse, and wasteful habits describe the situation more accurately) that depletes it as a resources, and makes it unavailable or scarce in certain areas. If populations continue to rise and our consumption of natural goods and resources continues to inflate exponentially, soon we simply won’t have enough to go around.
I meant regions not reasons–shoulda used the preview function
The EPA’s site describes the risks that are posed to water supplies due to climate change (ie, water quality, water availability, etc.:
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