'Mining' Groundwater in India Reaches New Lows

'Mining' Groundwater in India Reaches New Lows

"According to a new study by Perveen and her colleagues, Upmanu Lall and Naresh Devineni, some parts of India are using groundwater three times faster than it’s being replenished."  This article by Mason Inman of National Geographic takes a look at the detrimental effects of water mining in India and the water storing and recharging solutions that are being implemented to counteract such chronic water shortages.

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