In a world where water risks running short for many, the especially thirsty agricultural industry must learn how to manage the vital resource better, experts said.

Water supplies are divided into what’s known as blue water, like lakes, and green water, or what’s found underground and in woodland.

“It’s important while we’re continuously constrained by water availability to make sure that we’re doing everything we can to use all of those resources more efficiently,” said Claudia Sadoff, director of the International Water Management Institute.

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