Water misuse, climate change threaten increased malnutrition and disease

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21 Mar 2006 - 18 Jan 2016
Decreasing river flows, rising saltiness of estuaries, loss of fish and aquatic plant species and reductions in coastal sediments are likely to intensify farmland losses, food insecurity and damage to fisheries, increasing malnutrition and disease around the world by 2020, according to a new United Nations report.

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