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With the changing global climate, river flooding in cities worldwide has emerged as an immense challenge to urban resilience.

Since average global temperatures are already rising and the effects of climate change are becoming increasingly palpable around the world, cities need to focus on adaptation measures in order to strengthen their resiliency and better protect billions of global urbanites.

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In India, rapid industrialization and urbanization are taking place at a time when increases in water supply are limited.

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WRI prides itself on making big ideas happen. For the past three decades, we've used rigorous research as a basis for creating positive change on the ground.

The result is dozens of outcomes in cities, regions and countries around the world.

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In fast-urbanizing China, nearly 90 percent of coastal cities face some degree of water scarcity and roughly 300 million rural residents lack access to clean water.

To quench the country’s chronic thirst, the Chinese government has turned to desalination, aiming to produce as much as 3 million cubic meters of desalinated water daily by 2020, up from today’s 0.77 million cubic meter.

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The shale gas revolution, which began nearly 10 years ago in the United States, is poised to spread across the globe. For many countries, shale gas could strengthen energy security while cutting emissions.

But unlocking this massive resource comes with a significant environmental risk: access to freshwater for drinking, agriculture, and industrial use.

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