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01 November 2011

Water from fog harvesting

When plumes of fog gather above the mountains encircling a remote South African village, children are excited, knowing they will have clean drinking water at school.

When plumes of fog gather above the mountains encircling a remote South African village, children look at them with excitement, knowing they will have clean drinking water at school.

But with experts predicting that southern Africa will become drier and hotter over the next four decades, such schemes are getting a new look as South Africa prepares to host the next round of UN climate talks in November.

Water clean and safe

 
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