Define “enough” water as today in most parts

Define “enough” water as today in most parts of planet Earth we are experiencing an extended drought which has undefined implications into the future, coupled with many nations decreeing that water is a commodity for sale to the highest bidder … and then there’s Mother Nature who has her own agenda…???

Will there be enough water in the future…?   Interactive world map visualises water scarcity around the globe

The Water Scarcity Atlas is a freely available educational tool to help us all make more sustainable choices in day-to-day life. The average person in Europe uses 3000−5000 litres of water per day, of which the lion’s share is spent on food production – a considerable part on the other side of the globe. The world’s limited water resources are becoming an even more pressing issue as populations grow and climate change causes droughts in the global South and North. While studies have …
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