Could Seawater Solve the Freshwater Crisis?

National Geographic: With 1.8 billion people predicted to live in areas of extreme water scarcity by 2025, desalination--the removal of salt from water--is increasingly being proposed as a solution. But before desalination can make a real difference solving in the looming water crisis, officials and experts need to commit to overcoming obstacles that make the process expensive and inefficient, a new paper argues. Scientists predict that by 2016, the amount of fresh water produced by desalination plants will exceed......

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