By Tim Pearce and Tim Pearce, News.co.nz Global warming is causing major problems in the world, from extreme heatwaves to water shortages and the spread of disease.
Here are some of the major issues we’re facing and how to protect ourselves.
The world is running out of water Global warming and the impacts of drought and flooding are becoming increasingly urgent, with many people unable to find enough water to meet their needs.
In the worst-affected areas, water is now being cut off.
The drought is also affecting agricultural production, with water shortages resulting in crop failure.
And in places like Pakistan and Ethiopia, it’s causing severe water shortages.
“People are getting sick because they can’t drink water,” says Naveen Kumar, the executive director of the World Food Programme.
The effects of drought are real and global, but there are still ways we can save our water supply. “
It’s affecting food security in a lot of the places that are affected by drought, because they have limited water.”
The effects of drought are real and global, but there are still ways we can save our water supply.
Here’s how you can help.
The World Food Program and other organisations are providing free, long-term water supply kits to help poor countries with water needs.
These kits are delivered to areas of conflict or famine, and help feed thousands of people each year.
A basic kit includes everything you need to keep your home, food, water, electricity and hygiene products.
These can be found at almost any food bank, and can include basic food items such as flour, rice, milk, cooking oil, soap and toilet paper.
They can also include bottled water, and toilet bowls and toilets.
These are also a great way to provide people with clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene kits.
There are also water filters, which can be used for drinking water.
There is also a large number of toilets available, which help people get around.
In many parts of the world there is no sanitation.
Water scarcity is a serious issue, but it is also linked to many other problems.
Water shortages have been recorded in places including India, China, Indonesia, Brazil, Thailand and the Philippines.
The number of people living in extreme poverty, especially in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, has risen dramatically in recent years.
The crisis is also impacting health in many countries.
Water security and hygiene are essential to people’s survival, but the impacts are still being felt.
Water pollution is a huge problem in many parts.
According to the World Health Organisation, around one-third of the total water supply is contaminated.
And this is only the tip of the iceberg.
In some parts of Africa, people have no access to safe drinking water at all.
It’s also affecting water quality.
Water is a key ingredient for the production of plants, which requires it to be kept clean and to prevent algae blooms.
But there is a danger that as more water is used, water quality will deteriorate.
“In many areas, people can’t get clean water,” Kumar says.
“The result is that there is more and more polluted water coming into the country, and that’s causing more and less clean water.”
Water shortages and food insecurity are becoming a growing problem, with people living without adequate food.
There have been reports of shortages of rice in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
In Ethiopia, water scarcity has led to water rationing and rationing of food.
In Africa, the crisis is worsening as the number of hungry people continues to rise.
Many countries are suffering from extreme water shortages, particularly in areas where food security is threatened.
But people in many other parts of Asia, Africa, and Latin America are also experiencing water problems, including the Middle Eastern country of Syria.
In China, the government has introduced water ration and water ration restrictions, with more restrictions on water use in the country.
The government is also working to improve the water supply in some cities.
The problem is also getting worse in many regions, with China’s capital Beijing reported to be facing the most water shortages of any major city in the Asia-Pacific region.
There has also been reports that the water in parts of India has been contaminated, and people have been unable to get water.
The situation in Syria is similar.
People are suffering as they cannot afford to buy water, Kumar says, adding that there are also concerns about the quality of water.
Many people in India and Pakistan are unable to obtain safe water supplies because of drought, while in Bangladesh, the country’s largest water consumer, a major dam that has been in operation for over 40 years is under threat of collapse.
It is estimated that there have been nearly 70 million people living under water scarcity conditions in Asia and Africa.
This is despite the fact that there were already more than 1 billion people living below the poverty line.
The impact of drought is becoming more severe in some parts.
In Indonesia, for example, drought has led some to go hungry. “They are