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After population growth, what does the United Nations believe will be the greatest future global problem? a. lack of usable freshwater b. lack of arable land c. excessive levels of air
pollution d. excessive water pollution
After population growth, what does the United Nations believe will be the greatest future global problem will be letter d. lack of usable fresh water
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