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    Free trade agreements undermine government policies that protect local farmers and the environment, and maintain agricultural self-sufficiency.

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    While the demand for water is on the rise, the supply is shrinking. Water-intensive agriculture, population growth, industrial pollution, breakneck development and other ecological threats are depleting freshwater supplies.