Major effects of global warming tied to water, scientists say

02/7/2010 | Reuters

Water is expected to be most affected by climate change, giving rise to potential conflicts involving fresh-water supplies, according to U.N. scientists. Still, water could be an avenue for cooperative efforts -- "an apolitical issue that can be dealt with," one expert said.

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