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Indigenous leaders from Amazon rainforests to Bayou swamplands.
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Big spills and bigger damage to people and water resources around the globe.
India strives to redirect water, currently used for Pakistani agriculture, on the Kishanganga River for 330 megawatts.
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Upmanu Lall talks specifically of three regions of India where cereals are grown, despite recent droughts.
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