Three-quarters of the world may be covered in water, but the supply of clean, fresh water is at risk—from drought, flooding, climate change, pollution, and the growing demand for fresh water around the country and around the world.
How can we ensure that our society will have the clean, fresh water we need for food production, good health, economic growth, and preservation of the natural world?
It’s a complicated puzzle, and finding answers requires many approaches. AAU universities are leading the way by conducting scientific research in a broad range of disciplines, working on technological breakthroughs, and educating the next generation of problem solvers.
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