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After months of persistent drought and searing temperatures, China’s mighty Yangtze River is not giving Shanghai enough water. The sea is rolling in and turning the metropolis’ drinking water brackish. The main factor behind saltwater intrusion is the water flowing into the Yangtze significantly dropped this summer. Read more here for how extreme weather events affect the daily life of a megacity like Shanghai.
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