China Rice Crop Threat To Kazakhstan's Lake Balkhash Basin

Upstream Development And Agriculture

6 Apr 2021 by Local Press Report
OXFORD, United Kingdom

Researchers at Oxford University ran 738 simulations combining possible changes in water consumption with 80 future climate scenarios, ranging from warmer and drier to warmer and wetter conditions. Most of the simulations point to the same grim conclusion. To save the lake, China would have to drastically reduce how much water it uses.

Source: BNE IntelliNews

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