Caribbean Looks to the Sky for Water Security

Inter Press Service: A centuries-old system for ensuring water security is making a comeback in the Caribbean. It`s known as rainwater harvesting, and it is now becoming a formal part of the region`s strategic planning in the face of not only more and stronger storms, but droughts as well. By 2100, there could be a 20 to 30 percent decrease in precipitation, research shows, making every drop count."The first thing to go in hurricanes is the water." -- Lovaan Superville of NIHERST "Rainwater harvesting is, in fact,......

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