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Groundwater: Making the invisible visible

Climate change is causing global temperatures to rise, putting our most visible sources of water at risk. From Spain to parts of the African continent, droughts are being experienced at unprecedented levels. Madagascar last year faced a food crisis that left 1.3 million people facing ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Relief urged for looming water crisis

Prime Minster Prayut Chan-o-cha will be asked to approve seven urgent measures to deal with the looming water scarcity in 20 northern and northeastern provinces.The solutions, part of the national anti-drought scheme prepared by the Office of the National Water Resources, include supplying water to ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

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