Peter Gleick Reports on a Looming Water Crisis A MacArthur Fellow and co-founder of the Pacific Institute, Peter Gleick runs one of the nation's leading water-conservation assessment centers. The institute's biennial report, The World's Water, surveys global water trends and issues.
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Peter Gleick Reports on a Looming Water Crisis

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Peter Gleick Reports on a Looming Water Crisis

Peter Gleick Reports on a Looming Water Crisis

Peter Gleick Reports on a Looming Water Crisis

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The BBC dubbed Peter Gleick an environmental visionary for his work on water issues. David Hawxhurst/Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars hide caption

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A MacArthur Fellow and co-founder of the Pacific Institute, Peter Gleick runs one of the nation's leading water-conservation assessment centers.

The institute's biennial report, The World's Water, surveys global water trends and issues, including the links between water and terrorism and the growing risk of flood and drought.