But the story recounted in “When the Water Ends” is not only about climate change, according to YaleE360. It’s also about how deforestation and land degradation — due in large part to population pressures — are exacting a toll on impoverished farmers and nomads as the earth grows ever more barren.
Abramson offers a good insight into the complicated conflict over water in an increasingly stressed region.
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