How Climate Change Threatens A Double Blow To The Caribbean’s Drinking Water

ClimateProgress: According to experts, the island nations of the Caribbean could see a double blow to their freshwater supplies thanks to climate change. Shifting rainfall patterns may not replenish the countries` underground water reservoirs as in the past, and rising sea levels threaten to contaminate those same supplies with salt water. Scientists and officials gathered at the Caribbean nation of St. Lucia this past week for a conference entitled "Climate Change, Tourism and Agriculture -- Strategies and innovations......

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