Japan's prime minister urges Congress to support the TPP trade pact. Saudi Arabia's king redraws the line of succession. And the death count in Nepal's earthquake surpasses 6,000. A panel of journalists joins guest host Susan Page for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
The earth’s population is growing at a steady rate, and the agriculture and industry it takes to maintain this population uses more and more water every year. Many analysts believe that these demands, combined with wasteful and inefficient water management practices, are stressing the world’s freshwater stores beyond their limits. A panel talks about the political and environmental issues created by the world’s increasing demand for fresh water.
- John Briscoe senior water advisor for the world bank
- Sandra Postel Director of the Global Water Policy Project
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