Water

Water is a growing source of global conflict. Here’s what we need to do

In 2017, water was a major factor in conflicts spanning 45 countries - including Syria Image: REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh

Kitty Van Der Heijden

Africa and Europe Director, World Resources Institute

Callie Stinson

Project Lead, Water Initiative, World Economic Forum

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