The Last Drop

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Water is a fundamental need. But a future where life-sustaining freshwater is scarce is already on the horizon and taking its toll on communities in Asia, especially in the all-important rich-growing regions. Climate change leading to droughts and seawater level rising, plus significant population and economic growth are expected to exacerbate the problem. What is being done to relieve the situation? This 2-part series will look at the impact, the work and the challenges in three different countries - Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam - as they face up to a water-scarce reality.

PART 2

Catch Up
Posted 01 Mar 2017 20:00

PART 2

Catch Up
Posted 01 Mar 2017 20:00

In Part 2 of The Last Drop, we look at alternative crops in Vietnam and Malaysia, as well as the work of scientists in Singapore, who are studying nature to find solutions to the water scarcity crisis that Asia faces.

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The Last Drop

PART 1

The threat of global water scarcity is upon us and is already taking its toll on communities in Asia. The Last Drop ...