Survey highlights global perspective on freshwater issues

Water pollution and water scarcity is on the minds of the global population, according to a recent survey by Circle of Blue, a nonprofit organization focused on the "global freshwater crisis." Of the participants surveyed – across 15 nations with a focus on Canada, China, Russia, U.S., U.K, India, a...

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