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China has a water crisis - how can it be solved?

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Daniel Shemie

Director of Water Funds, The Nature Conservancy

Kari Vigerstol

Senior hydrologist, The Nature Conservancy

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 A farmer carrying buckets walks along an almost empty irrigation channel from the Neijing River, near the city of Honghu in central China's Hubei Province
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