U.S. intelligence community gauges water risks over next 30 years

AlertNet: Is water as a strategic resource, like oil, gas or uranium? The U.S. intelligence community thinks so. In a report requested by the U.S. Department of State, analysts from eight intelligence agencies focused their attention on how water-related problems -- everything from shortages to floods and contaminated supplies -- will affect national security interests over the next 30 years. This kind of in-depth analysis, coordinated by the National Intelligence Council (NIC), is usually classified,......

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