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Water Voices - Water Tomorrow, Kiribati and Tonga

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The remote island countries of Kiribati and Tonga in the Pacific rely mainly on fragile groundwater aquifers for fresh water. But groundwater sources just below the surface are highly vulnerable to pollution and salt water intrusion, as populations grow and concentrate in urban areas. Community organizers are working to change peoples' behavior to safeguard water supplies and the environment.

More info: ADB Water for All
Produced by: Asian Development Bank
Year: 2003
Language: English

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