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* [[En-en adult card 37 famines|Famines]] If we consider that a famine is not only a lack of food but also a lack of water.
* [[En-en adult card 37 famines|Famines]] If we consider that a famine is not only a lack of food but also a lack of water.
* [[En-en adult card 38 human health|Human health]] A lack of drinking water will have impacts on human health. 


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Card #31: Freshwater Resources

Causes Consequences
Front of the card "Freshwater Resources"


Freshwater resources are affected by changes in rainfall and by the disappearance of glaciers that regulate the flow of rivers.

Explanation

The biggest issue here is the disappearance of the glaciers. They serve as reservoirs of fresh water in solid form and melt to supply downstream irrigation for crops.

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Causes

Consequences

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Other causes

  • Marine Submersion If sea water rises, it can penetrate the water tables, which are freshwater reserves.

Other consequences

  • Famines If we consider that a famine is not only a lack of food but also a lack of water.
  • Human health A lack of drinking water will have impacts on human health.