Water Scarcity 'Must Be Addressed Urgently' To Avoid Food Shortages, Nestle CEO Paul Bulcke Says

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In the keynote speech at London's annual City Food Lecture, Nestle CEO Paul Bulcke warned the world about the possible consequences of the global water shortage many experts believe will strike within the next several decades.

Noting that water scarcity could cut global cereal production by 30% by 2030, and that water needs already exceed supply, Bulcke called water scarcity the greatest threat to food security in the future. He urged global leaders to act soon to devise realistic solutions.

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