GENERAL GÃœEMES, Argentina, Nov 02 (IPS) – Next to the brick or adobe houses of El Impenetrable, a wild area of forest and grasslands in northern Argentina, loom huge plastic barrels where rainwater collected from the corrugated iron roofs of the houses is stored. However, the barrels are empty, because it has hardly rained for two years, local residents complain.Read the full story, “Obtaining Water, a Daily Battle in Argentina’s El Impenetrable Region”, on globalissues.org →

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