Climate change may dry Britain’s rivers. - 13 Oct 2008  
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A study by the country’s Environment Agency states that global warming is causing very dry summers where the absence of rain is not being offset by wetter winters. Ian Barker, Head of the Environment Agency’s Water Resources division, said that the consequent reduced river flow would mean an overall shortage in available drinking and irrigation water, as well as a lack of natural water supplies for wildlife.

Mr. Barker, Environment Agency and the United Kingdom, we appreciate your concerned assessment. With Heaven’s grace, may our own actions match in urgency to restore the balance of our precious Earth.