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Severe Drought Hits South America

Courtesy of The Wall Street Journal, an article on the impact of water scarcity in South America: Most years, when rains are normal, four Olympic swimming pools worth of water passes each second through the mammoth ItaipĂș Dam, churning out electricity for both Paraguay and Brazil and allowing ships and barges to export grains as […]

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