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With water use rising by 1% a year, cutting down could help curb climate-heating emissions, says World Water Day report
By Megan RowlingBARCELONA, March 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Using water more efficiently in everything from daily life to agriculture and industry would help reduce planet-warming emissions and curb climate change – a potential benefit that has yet to be widely recognised, the United Nations said on Sunday.