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An 'invisible' solution to water shortages is right beneath our feet

Globally, 3.6 billion people had inadequate access to water for at least one month of the year in 2018. Image: REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi

Michael Taylor

Asia correspondent and sub-editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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