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A new paper published in the journal Resources, Conservation & Recycling shows that people in Mediterranean countries can reduce their water footprint by shifting to a healthy Mediterranean or EAT-Lancet diet.
Such a shift could help make sustainable use of the increasingly scarce water resources in Mediterranean countries, where the food system is the largest driver of
Anastasia Economou (JRC-SEVILLA)
Georgios Kapsalis (JRC-SEVILLA)
Andreia Inamorato do Santos (JRC-SEVILLA)
Laura Molina Iglesias (JRC-SEVILLA-EXT)
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The JRC in Seville (Spain)
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