Afganistan: New survey points to major water problems in Kabul

Reuters: Afghanistan's capital Kabul could face water shortages in the next 50 years, with wells likely to dry up due to rising temperatures associated with climate change, said a U.S. study released on Wednesday. The U.S. Geological Survey study estimated drinking water needs in the Kabul basin area could rise six-fold in the next five decades because of rising population as refugees return and an increase in per capital water usage . Future water resources -- some already subject to ......

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