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According to Science Advances, Four billion people live in regions that experience severe water stress for at least one month of the year.

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According to Science Advances, Four billion people live in regions that experience severe water stress for at least one month of the year.

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Four billion people face severe water scarcity, new research finds | Environment | The Guardian

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4 billion people face water shortages, scientists find

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The Aral Sea in 2015. The body of water has shrunken in size dramatically in recent years due to water withdrawals from rivers that feed it.

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