Peru is turning to ancient indigenous techniques, natural ecosystems – and groundwater, to keep its taps running, as climate change threatens to dry out its water supply. Rainfall is diverted to natural infiltration basins. “If we plant the water, we can harvest the water. But if we don’t plant the water, then we will have problems”.
Why Peru is reviving a pre-Incan technology for water
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