Aaron Wolf

Director of the Program on Water Conflict Management, Oregon State University

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Aaron Wolf on KCRW

Radar and satellite images have revealed  an aquifer  the size of Lake Erie beneath the blazing desert of Darfur in western Sudan.

Water and Human Conflict around the World

Radar and satellite images have revealed an aquifer the size of Lake Erie beneath the blazing desert of Darfur in western Sudan.

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Two billion people already live with too little water, and water as a means of social control could be a fact of life in the next decade.

The Global Politics of Water

Two billion people already live with too little water, and water as a means of social control could be a fact of life in the next decade.

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