Sao Paulo, Brazil Water Levels Getting Dangerously Low

You can add Sao Paulo, Brazil to the drought list that seems to be growing exponentially. In an ABC news story (that can be found here), it was reported that the largest water system of six that provides water to Brazil’s largest city is at six percent capacity right now. Those water levels are getting to a dangerous point, especially with the lack of rainfall in a normally heavy wet season.

We’ve spoken before about the water issues in the United States, mainly California. Water levels are actually improving in California due to some rainfall during the winter season. We of course hope for more rain so that situation can improve.

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