Water is more than a strategic resource. We need to acknowledge that

A surfer rides a wave during sunset  in Vina del Mar city, about 75 miles (121 Km) northwest of Santiago, March 20, 2010. People slowly return the normal life in the coastal border after suffering an earthquake and tsunamis in much of southern Chile on February 27, 2010. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) - RTR2BVIJ

This has been a long time coming. Image: REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez

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