Jamie Pittock

Director of the Global Freshwater Program, World Wildlife Federation

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Director of the Global Freshwater Program for the World Wildlife Federation and co-author of its recent report, "Rich Countries, Poor Water," highlighting the problems of using water efficiently around the world

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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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