Around the world, crops would die from lack of irrigation. That would be the end of fresh fruits and vegetables, which a vast majority of the world population depends on for survival. People would most likely move to major cities in search for work, increasing the city populations exponentially, overflowing the sewer systems, and easily speading diseases. Humans would be left to somehow filter water from rainfall. It would certainly be a world-wide crisis.
If we ran out of natural flowing fresh water I suppose we would have to learn to harvest fresh water from glaciers and polar ice caps. If we didn’t have that and it wasn’t raining, we would have to rely on desalination of sea water to create our own fresh water.
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