The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, emphasizes the growing risks lined to water

One of the most important findings of the new report is that “continued global warming is projected to further intensify the global water cycle, including its variability, global monsoon precipitation and the severity of wet and dry events”.

“The new IPCC report clearly demonstrates the need for a new approach to climate policy, where the water cycle is given a prominent role. The report emphasises the role of water in climate change and the many growing risks we see that are linked to water – from changing rainfall patterns to extreme droughts and floods. Countries must respond urgently to these growing risks and place water at the center of their climate policy.

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