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After Water Fiction: Straws

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What happens 100 years from now when, if climate change has brought us to a point where water has become one of our scarcest resources, and more precious than oil or gold? We've asked fiction writers to imagine the Great Lakes region a century or more on, and help us paint an audio portrait of that world. In Rebecca Adams Wright's short story, "Straws," we find a Great Lakes slowly being siphoned away by private interests. A group of eco-terrorists hatch a plot to bring the water back to the towns and ecosystems slowly dying of thirst. (Flickr/kenmainr)
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What happens 100 years from now when, if climate change has brought us to a point where water has become one of our scarcest resources, and more precious than oil or gold? We've asked fiction writers to imagine the Great Lakes region a century or more on, and help us paint an audio portrait of that world. In Rebecca Adams Wright's short story, "Straws," we find a Great Lakes slowly being siphoned away by private interests. A group of eco-terrorists hatch a plot to bring the water back to the towns and ecosystems slowly dying of thirst. (Flickr/kenmainr)
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