'Marketplace' Report: Water Resources A newly leaked scientific report suggests climate change could soon make water a limited resource. The study predicts that by the year 2100, more than 1 billion people will have to deal with a lack of fresh water.
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'Marketplace' Report: Water Resources

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'Marketplace' Report: Water Resources

'Marketplace' Report: Water Resources

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A newly leaked scientific report suggests climate change could soon make water a limited resource. Marketplace's John Dimsdale talks with Alex Chadwick about the potential economic impact of that kind of crisis.