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Making water pure in Mexico, by Lorenzo Moscia

In the South end of Mexico, a town called Calakmul is suffering the worst drought of the last 20 years. The impact of global climate change is very high and rains are more and more scarce. Peasants spend most of their time collecting and transporting water cans, but all of it is contaminated. Recently Infinitum Humanitarian System, and NGO based in the USA, arrived to the village bringing a very innovative water purification system that works with solar energy and purifies all the water that the town needs to subsist.

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In the South end of Mexico, a town called Calakmul is suffering the worst drought of the last 20 years. The impact of global climate change is very high and rains are more and more scarce. Peasants spend most of their time collecting and transporting water cans, but all of it is contaminated. Recently Infinitum Humanitarian System, and NGO based in the USA, arrived to the village bringing a very innovative water purification system that works with solar energy and purifies all the water that...
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