Environmental Science

Many areas of the world that do not have adequate fresh water have become habitable because

a.rainfall patterns have changed
b.water management projects have diverted water to the areas
c.icebergs have been towed in to provide fresh water
d.people have practiced water conservation

I picked c.

There is a lot more of b going on than c.

So is it B?


So is it b?

That's for you to decide

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