How communities in Northern India are fighting to revive springs dried by climate change
In Northern India, climate change is exacerbating the drying up of crucial mountain springs that millions depend on for survival. Now, some communities are fighting to revive these vital springs.
Namrata Kolachalam reports from the northern state of Uttarakhand about how villagers across the region are leading an effort to bring these mountain springs back.
This article was originally published on WBUR.org.
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