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Turning to bacteria to fight the effects of climate change

from Scientific American

Recently, the United Nations warned that the world could suffer a 40 percent shortfall in water by 2030 unless countries dramatically cut consumption. Since 70 percent of the world's fresh water goes to agriculture, this means changing the way people farm. The need is ubiquitous. In California's Central Valley, farmers drilling for water are now tapping stores 30,000 years old. In Kenya, which is facing the worst drought since 2000, farmers are hand-digging wells to reach the receding water table, even as one-in-ten Kenyans are hungry. more


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