How much do you know about water?
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On Monday, governments will meet in Paris at a make-or-break conference in an attempt to forge a new global treaty, hopefully as effective and far-reaching as the Marshall plan, that would limit future carbon emissions and bring financial assistance to the poor who will be worst-hit by the effects of warming. Could there be a treaty to take over from Kyoto?
Find out everything you need to know about the conference and climate change here:
A mudslide at an iron ore mine in Brazil, in which at least 13 people died, has reignited calls for safer ways to dispose of millions of tonnes of waste as toxic mud leaks into the Atlantic ocean.
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B) Using named examples, assess the contribution of large scale water management projects in increasing water security (15)
B) Using named examples, assess the potential for water supply to become a source of conflict (15)
B) Using named examples, assess the role of named players in securing water supplies (15)
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