Brazil’s São Paulo Faces Water Crisis

New York Times: Taps Start to Run Dry in Brazil’s Largest City
“… ‘We’re witnessing an unprecedented water crisis in one of the world’s great industrial cities,’ said Marússia Whately, a water specialist at Instituto Socioambiental, a Brazilian environmental group. ‘Because of environmental degradation and political cowardice, millions of people in São Paulo are now wondering when the water will run out’…” (Romero, 2/16).

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