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Home to nearly 350,000 people, Verona and Pisa have moved to ration drinking water in the face of a historic drought in the region.
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The lake has already shrunk by two-thirds since the 1980s, and will have deadly human and environmental impacts if it disappears.
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Water scarcity is a threat to billions of people worldwide. This company is harnessing the power of the sun and the ocean to make a difference.
China sets new record for rising sea levels, how will its cities cope?
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