SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Steady migration to the hot and dry Western states along with water use by coal and nuclear plants are undermining conservation efforts that have kept U.S. water use steady in recent years, a study said on Thursday. Water shortages are seen as one of the biggest threats to the planet as the global population grows and climate change makes dry areas drier and inundates already wet areas with more frequent storms that play havoc with water quality. Total ...
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