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(NaturalNews) The most precious resource on the planet is dissipating from the Southwestern United States. The two largest water reservoirs in the country are below 45 percent their normal capacity. Lake Mead, which supplies water to seven of every ten people living in Nevada, is drying up at an unprecedented pace, and further upriver, the crisis proves to be deepening. Lake Powell has now fallen below 45 percent capacity. If water conservation measures are not met and weather conditions do not change, then millions of people in the Southwest could be affected by water shortages in the next 15 years.

The Colorado River, which carved the gorgeous Glen Canyon, supplies water to 40 million people living in seven different states in the southwest. Half a century ago, the Glen Canyon Dam was built and Lake Powell was formed, preparing the way for desert cities to grow and large agricultural activity…

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