Hauling Icebergs From the Poles to Slake Globe’s Growing Thirst

New York Times: Every year, tens of thousands of icebergs containing billions of gallons of fresh water calve off the glaciers of Greenland and Antarctica into the ocean, where most eventually drift into warmer waters break up and melt. Wouldn`t it be nice to haul a few icebergs to someplace short on water -- southern Spain, perhaps, or western Australia -- and melt them for drinking water? It`s a seemingly outlandish idea that`s been around for decades and has never been successfully realized. But a small......

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