Over 80% of Mexico Affected by Drought Conditions 

Over 80% of Mexico Affected by Drought Conditions 

by Ashira Morris, ODP Staff Writer Drought conditions cover 85% of Mexico as lakes and reservoirs dry up across the country. Mexico City is experiencing its worst drought in 30 years, and the reservoirs and aquifers are so depleted that some residents don’t have tap water. The capital city relies on water pumped in from […]

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Catching Rainwater to Avert Mexico City’s Water Shortages

Catching Rainwater to Avert Mexico City’s Water Shortages

By Julia Fine, ODP Contributing Writer The current global pandemic has effectively made water access even more crucial, as lack of clean water exacerbates the spread of COVID-19. One non-profit in Mexico City, a place with an immense amount of rainfall yet a scarcity of potable water for the city’s 20 million residents, is trying […]

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