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Environment

Is water pollution at a tipping point?

Water covers over 70% of the world’s surface, but only 0.5% is available as fresh water. Water pollutants are causing irreversible damage to ecosystems and global warming is adding to the burden. Are we too late to clean up this mess?

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Interviewee featured in this podcast episode:

Sarantuyaa Zandaryaa, program specialist in the division of water sciences and the intergovernmental hydrological programme of UNESCO

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