As Water Supplies Wane, What's Next?
By Kara Miller
We look at the increasing scarcity of water.
As the world’s population explodes, from 7 billion to 10 billion, will violence erupt over water the way it has over other natural resources, like gold, oil and diamonds?
Who will control water? And how much will it cost to access?
William Moomaw, director, Center for International Environmental and Resource Policy, The Fletcher School, Tufts University
Shafiqul Islam, director of the Water Diplomacy Initiative; professor, Tufts School of Engineering
Lisa Sorgini Marchewka, vice president, Oasys Water
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As a radio host, Kara Miller has interviewed thinkers from E.J. Dionne to Howard Gardner, Deepak Chopra to Lani Guinier. She is a panelist on WGBH-TV's "Beat the Press," as well as an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Her writing has appeared in The Boston Globe, The National Journal, The Boston Herald, Boston Magazine, and The International Herald Tribune.
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