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Water shaped my country's past, but it will shape the future for all of us

Water is something that is easily taken for granted - this has to change Image: REUTERS/Eric Thayer

Mark Rutte
Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Office of the Prime Minister of the Netherlands
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