Event DetailsJune 24, 2014 Thomas Jefferson Building, The Library of Congress
Agriculture is feeling the brunt of prolonged droughts at home and abroad. While California, Colorado, and Texas are having one of the worst droughts on record, numerous other countries are also dealing with water shortages, including Brazil, northern India, northern China, south and central Australia, and every European nation around the Black Sea.
With 70% of fresh water resources already used for agriculture, new challenges from population growth and changing weather patterns will create greater strains on the global food supply. Please join us to discuss the latest impacts of the California drought and the broader implications of a world facing water scarcity.
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