Forest and grassland habitat make up for one third and one half of the world’s surface, respectively. Land-use has changed due to rapid urbanization, increased agricultural practices, but deforestation or afforestation being instrumental factors of water imbalances. Natural ecosystems are self-regulating ecosystems that support many essential services for people and communities, including the provisioning of food.
Climate change is caused by greenhouse gas emissions, that cause the air and ocean temperatures to rise, resulting in snow and ice to melt and ending in floods. Land adaptation from natural to managed ecosystems, is necessary for food production, but continues to occur at very high rates with significant water impacts. Further, increased rainfall variability exposes the agricultural industry to the effects of flood and drought disasters. Many areas with water restrictions are now overcoming them with decentralised water technology upgrades.
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