Desert Fog Nets Catch 10,000 Liters Of Water Daily

Desert Fog Nets Catch 10,000 Liters Of Water Daily

These fog catchers in the Atacama Desert, Peru, also known as the driest place on earth, capture 10,000 liters of freshwater a day for drinking and growing sustainable food.

Credit: Creating Water Foundation

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