Sunday, July 21, 2024

MKT FREE Haven’t you heard? Water

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“In February, media outlets started blaring warnings about an impending “Day Zero” when Mexico City would run out of water. Lingering drought and extreme heat are conspiring to threaten the most populous city in North America with a disaster of epic proportions.”

MND Staff

Is Mexico City about to experience ‘Day Zero’?
The Mexican capital looks set to run out of water next week — or does it?
Is Mexico City about to experience ‘Day Zero’?
The Mexican capital looks set to run out of water next week — or does it?
The dog days come early: Mexico’s climate crisis
It’s really hot and there’s no water, so what are we going to do about it? Sarah DeVries has questions.
The dog days come early: Mexico’s climate crisis
It’s really hot and there’s no water, so what are we going to do about it? Sarah DeVries has questions.

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Tropical Storm Alberto replenishes dams in Nuevo León and Tamaulipas
After making landfall early Thursday on the Tamaulipas coast, the storm moved inland, bringing torrential rains to the drought-afflicted region.
Tropical Storm Alberto replenishes dams in Nuevo León and Tamaulipas
After making landfall early Thursday on the Tamaulipas coast, the storm moved inland, bringing torrential rains to the drought-afflicted region.

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View from the Torre Latino | Photo from @mexicocitystreets

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