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Demographic processes such as population growth, age distribution, urbanization and migration create some of the greatest pressures on water resources quantity and quality. These demographic processes directly affect water availability and quality through increased water demands and consumption and through pollution resulting from water use. They affect water resources indirectly through changes in land use and water use patterns, with significant implications at local, regional and global levels. And the availability and quality of water as well as trends in water use can influence demographic processes.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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