The United States, the world’s second-largest hydropower producer, has been experiencing a drought since 2014, when the drought intensified.
The country has been relying on groundwater for the last few years, which has made drinking water more expensive.
“This water is becoming more expensive, and we’ve been trying to get more out of that,” said John S. White, director of the Institute for Energy Research and co-author of the new report, which was published in the journal Water Policy.
In addition, the United States is increasingly dependent on imported water.
The International Monetary Fund has warned that the global water crisis could last at least a decade.
And with the water crisis worsening, it could affect many more countries, like Brazil and India.
The new study focused on the impact of the current drought on agriculture and aquaculture, which make up roughly 30 percent of the US economy.
It looked at groundwater, the supply of which is critical for the livelihoods of people living in the US and many other countries.
While the report says that the US government could use more water, it also says that its policies need to improve water use, and to ensure that farmers and ranchers are getting the most out of their groundwater.
The authors say the current crisis may be partly caused by climate change, but it’s also partly due to poor agricultural practices.
“There are many things that are driving this, but what I’m focusing on is what the current conditions are,” said White.
“The climate is warming, we’re getting more and more arid.
We’re getting less rain.
So we’re going to get drier and drier.”