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What the papers say - THE IRISH TIMES

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One third of the world population will face acute water shortages by the year 2025, global experts have warned.

Farmers, academics and governments must work together to solve the problems.

Seventy per cent of global water use is for farming and using water more efficiently in agriculture is crucial, said the Sri Lanka based Challenge Programme on Water and Food.

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